30, 60, or 90 day notice
Any termination of tenancy (whether you are covered by Just Cause or not) must include the following:
- Must be in writing (on paper)
- Must include your correct address including apartment number and name.
If it does not satisfy these two requirements above, then it is not valid and you need to write a letter to your landlord informing them of this.
If you think the eviction is retaliation for requesting repairs: It is illegal for landlords to retaliate for a tenant exercising their rights, like requesting repairs to live in a habitable unit.
If you have section 8 or are under Oakland Housing Authority, under California Civil Code section 1954.535, it’s required that an owner provide a 90 day notice to a tenant of a termination or failure to renew a government contract.
If you are covered under Oakland Just Cause [Am I covered under Just Cause], you also have additional protections. If you are covered under Oakland Just Cause, then :
If you are not covered under Oakland Just Cause then:
If the notice seems valid, then let’s continue.