2009 California Civil Code - Section 799.65-799.67 :: Article 4. Defaulting Tenants

CIVIL CODE
SECTION 799.65-799.67

799.65.  The management may terminate the tenancy of a defaulting
tenant for nonpayment of rent, utilities, or reasonable incidental
service charges, provided the amount due shall have been unpaid for a
period of five days from its due date, and provided the tenant has
been given a three-day written notice subsequent to that five-day
period to pay the total amount due or to vacate the park. For
purposes of this section, the five-day period does not include the
date the payment is due. The three-day notice shall be given to the
tenant in the manner prescribed by Section 1162 of the Code of Civil
Procedure. Any payment of the total charges due, prior to the
expiration of the three-day period, shall cure any default of the
tenant. In the event the tenant does not pay prior to the expiration
of the three-day notice period, the tenant shall remain liable for
all payments due up until the time the tenancy is vacated.

799.66.  The management may terminate or refuse to renew the right
of occupancy of a tenant for other than nonpayment of rent or other
charges upon the giving of a written notice to the tenant in the
manner prescribed by Section 1162 of the Code of Civil Procedure to
remove the recreational vehicle from the park. The notice need not
state the cause for termination but shall provide not less than 30
days' notice of termination of the tenancy.

799.67.  Evictions pursuant to this article shall be subject to the
requirements set forth in Chapter 4 (commencing with Section 1159) of
Title 3 of Part 3 of the Code of Civil Procedure, except as
otherwise provided in this article.

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