This Lease Agreement is legally binding in California according to your state's specific rules and regulations.
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An eviction notice in California can only be issued by landlords for specific reasons. Approved legal reasons for a California eviction reason include failure to pay rent, breaks the lease and refuses to honor it, damages the property in such a way that it reduces its value, is a nuisance to neighbors, or uses the property to commit a crime. In some areas in California, the landlord can also issue an eviction notice if the lease has expired or if the landlord cancels the lease with proper notice.