Yes, a 30 day notice. You do not need a clause, as it is state law. Laws do not have to be in contracts.I am currently renting my property in Contra Costa County, the lease has an expiration date and no clause mentioning that a thirty day notice is required from either parties. Its a standard C.A.R form LR used by the rental agency and generally does not have such clauses. My tenant has not given me a 30 day notice, I had emailed them on 2/2 nquiring if they were going to renew the lease. The response came back on 2/21 and was unclear. The final response was sent via email on 2/23. As a landlord, I did not get a chance to market the home on time and will be losing rent till new tenants are found. As per Dept of Consumer affairs, no notice is required on leases with an expiration date, however when I called them to clarify they directed me to the county counselor for landlord/tenant rights as they have different laws.
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