My question involves an eviction in the state of: California
Owner lives in a 4-bedroom house and rents 3 other rooms (1 currently empty) separately, in a non-rent control city.
The 2 Tenants have each been there for over 2 years—each having their own month-to-month agreement.
Under CA Civil Code 1946.1(c), can the owner rent out the empty room (3rd room) to a new tenant (on a month-to-month agreement) and shortly thereafter (a few days) give a “30 Day Notice to Terminate Tenancy" to one of the other tenants, that has been there for over 2 years?
Do they all have to be on the same lease?
Does the new tenant have to live there a certain length of time, in order to give 30 day notice to the other tenant that has been there for over 2 years?
"1946.1 (c) Notwithstanding subdivision (b), an owner of a residential dwelling giving notice pursuant to this section shall give notice at least 30 days prior to the proposed date of termination if any tenant or resident has resided in the dwelling for less than one year."
CA Association of Realtors – Notice of Termination of Tenancy (C.A.R. Form NTT, Revised 11/07) . . . “You have or another tenant or resident has resided in the Premises for less than one year. Your tenancy, if any, in the Premises is terminated 30 days from service of this Notice . . . “