Q: We are in California. We need to move back into our rental that tenants in it. How do I get them out?
They have lived there for 4 years. the lease has expired and is now month to month.
A: You are going to need to give them notice, at least 30 days, possibly 60. You should consult with a local landlord-tenant lawyer who can handle this issue. The cost is modest compared to the difficulty and risk of doing it wrong. If they choose not to leave after the notice, you have to proceed through unlawful detainer (eviction). Again, this is best left to an attorney in your county that lives in the UD court.
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