my renter was military and got discharged. He notified us on 9-18 and just left 9-25 don't they have to give 30 day notice?

Asked by Agent, Temecula, CA Fri Oct 12, 2012

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Kevin and Ju…, Agent, Wildomar, CA
Thu May 30, 2013
Good advice Semper Fi - all agents who deal with rental situations should have that publication.
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Chris Francis, Agent, Murrieta, CA
Wed May 22, 2013
http://www.dca.ca.gov/publications/landlordbook/catenant.pdf

The question of military orders vs rental lease continue swirl. This publication should be helpful.
Pg 66, 74, and 78 pertain to military tenants. This publication is beneficial to both tenants and landlords. I recommend saving it to your desktops.

Semper Fi
Web Reference:  http://www.semperfihomes.com
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Tim Barnes, Renter, Temecula, CA
Fri Apr 19, 2013
Sometimes the military do not receive enough notice themselves. You can view their military orders so you are aware of the time frame they received on their end as well. Weve received thirty day notices and we've received a week notice. All of the dates are explained on the military orders.
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Karen Espino…, Agent, Bonaire, GA
Fri Oct 12, 2012
Most leases do generally state what type of notice is expected in the event of an early termination. In our market, we do have defined exceptions for military members in their military clause. If your lease did not have such defined clauses, you may which to speak with a property manager who can inform you of what your state law dictates for the notification process in general and if they have exceptions for military members. As you know, each state can vary.
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