If you are a landlord in California, chances are that you have had a situation where the tenant residing at your property has been less than ideal. Fortunately, eviction proceedings are a possibility under certain circumstances.
According to the Department of Consumer Affairs, if the tenancy is month-to-month, you can give a 30 or 60 days’ notice that the property is to be vacated. This can usually be done without any explanation necessary. However, there are a few localities where an explanation for termination must be given to the tenant. These might include rent control cities or subsidized housing programs. Evictions cannot be served in cases of retaliation or discrimination.