Example of 60 day NOTICE OF TERMINATION OF TENANCY
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NOTICE OF TERMINATION OF TENANCY
(use for residential tenants who have been in possession for one year or more)
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, within sixty days after service on you of this Notice, you are required to quit and deliver up possession of the above-described premises to the undersigned in accordance with the provisions of California Code of Civil Procedure Section 1162 or legal proceedings will be commenced against you to recover possession of said premises and damages.
This Notice is given pursuant to the provisions of Section 789 and 1946 of the California Civil Code for the purpose of terminating your tenancy of said premises as of sixty days after service on you of this Notice.
Dated: LAW OFFICES OF L. SCOTT KARLIN
L. SCOTT KARLIN