C.A.R. Opposing Bill to Repeal Sunset on 60-Day Notice Requirement
Current law requires an owner of a residential dwelling to give at least 60-days' notice when tenants have been in occupancy more than 12 months, and at least 30 days' notice prior to terminations if any tenant or resident has resided in the dwelling for less than one year. SB 290 (Leno) would delete the January 1, 2010 sunset days on this 60-day notice mandate, which if left in place would repeal that requirement. C.A.R. continues to oppose SB 290 requesting amendments to require tenants to give the same 60 Days' notice that is currently required for residential rental property owners. SB 290 is currently pending on the Assembly Floor.
My 2 Cents - I think this is good information for landlords who need to be updated about the current laws. Stay tuned for more updates and changes regarding this law.