A California 3-day notice to quit for curable non-compliance is issued by landlords to tenants who have breached the lease terms, offering a three-day window to remedy the specific violations. This document addresses curable breaches, excluding non-payment of rent, allowing tenants the opportunity to rectify the offense and continue the tenancy.
If the tenant fails to correct the violation within the stipulated three-day period, the landlord may initiate eviction proceedings following California’s legal requirements.
Governing Law — Calif. Civil Code § 1161(3).
Curable Non-Compliance – Having unauthorized pets, making excessive noise, failing to keep the rental property clean and orderly, or allowing someone to live in the property without the landlord’s permission.