A California 3-day notice to quit for incurable non-compliance is served by landlords to tenants who have committed serious lease violations. Unlike curable breaches, these violations are irreversible, warranting termination of the tenancy.
The document does not provide an opportunity for the tenant to remedy the situation. It serves as a final warning, informing them of the lease termination and the need to vacate the premises within three days, as mandated by California’s landlord-tenant laws. This formal notice allows landlords to take legal action to evict the tenant if they fail to vacate the property within the specified timeframe.
Governing Law — Calif. Civil Code § 1161(4).
Incurable Non-Compliance – Engaging in illegal activities on the property, such as drug dealing or other criminal conduct, causing major damage to the property, or committing the same or similar lease violations, even if previously cured.