- Provide Tenants with a Notice of Termination: ENGLISH | ESPAÑOL
- Landlord must provide this notice to the tenant(s) in the language used to negotiate the lease.
- The Notice of Termination must be provided to the tenant(s) in advance of the proposed move out date. The timing of the notice is in accordance with the Civil Code.
- Additional Noticing: The “No-fault” reasons for terminating a tenancy permitted under the TPA include the following and require additional noticing as noted below:
- Stop Accepting Rent
- If you have provided your tenant with the Notice of Termination, you may not collect rent beyond the intended move-out date.
If Landlord terminates a tenancy for “No-fault” (to permanently remove a unit from the market, owner to occupy a unit, for substantial rehabilitation, or government order) the tenant is entitled to relocation assistance. The assistance can be a direct payment or credit towards payments due.
Amount of relocation assistance:
- 250% of one month of rent or $9,000 whichever is less.
Offer Unit to Original Tenant
Owner must re-offer the dwelling unit to the displaced tenant if tenant is dispaced through a “no-fault” termination and provides notice to the landlord that they want the first right of refusal if the unit is placed back on the rental market six months after displacement.