What does a 30 day Notice of Eviction look like?
Example Eviction Notice
This eviction form is based on California law and used in an area that has neither eviction nor rent controls. In most other areas, you do not need to give a “good faith” reason for the eviction. Check with a local lawyer if you are not sure whether you’re in an area with special rules.
This form is usually not used after a foreclosure auction, although it may be. You're more like to see a 3-day notice (Notice to Vacate.)
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that your month-to-month tenancy at (rental premises address) is hereby terminated as of the date 30 days days after service of this NOTICE upon you and you are hereby required to quit and surrender possession of the premises to the undersigned no later than 30 days after service of this NOTICE upon you.
This NOTICE is intended as a 30 days day legal notice for the purpose of terminating your tenancy in accordance with California Civil Code Sections 1946 1946.1.
This NOTICE OF TERMINATION is served upon you because the landlord seeks in good faith to recover possession of the rental unit for use and occupancy by the landlord or the landlord's spouse, children, parents, grandparents or grandchildren. The date, place, witnesses, and circumstances concerning the above are as follows:
Signature: [Landlords signature]