A California lease termination letter (60-day notice) is a legal document landlords or tenants use to end a month-to-month rental agreement for tenancies over one year. This allows either party to terminate the lease without a specific reason.
The letter includes the names of both parties, the rental property’s address, a clear statement expressing the intent to terminate the lease, and the effective date of termination. This date should be at least sixty days from the date the notice is served. Signatures from both parties validate the document, ensuring compliance with the lease agreement and California’s legal requirements.
Governing Law — Calif. Civil Code § 1946.1(b).