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Saturday, October 19, 2019 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM PDT
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McCarthy Business Center 
1525 McCarthy Blvd.
Milpitas, CA 95035

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Monica Yeung 
Just Global, Inc. 

How to handle Eviction under the latest 2019 rules 

Three Day Notice to Pay or Quit is a prelude to formal eviction process.

There is new statute going into effect on September 1, 2019 to the computation of the time period applicable to Three Day Notices.

Legal updates about Thee Day Notices and associated issues!

Come for a legal update about "Three Day Notice to pay or quit".

  • How to properly count the three days under the new statue.
  • How to serve the notice the right way and at the right time.
  • What proper things to do before and after serving the notice?
Other types of notices:
  • Thirty Day Notice could be given for any reason or for no reason at all to a month to month tenant to terminate the tenancy. Note the new rules and limitations regarding this. What about tenants of other types of tenancy?
  • What is "Relocation Payment" and where and when it would be applicable?
  • After serving a thirty or sixty or ninety day notice, can "Three Day Notice to pay rent or quit" be used at the same time as well?

About our speaker:
Steve Naumchik was admitted to the California Bar in 2000. He served in the Public Defender's Office until 2003, having tried approximately 24 jury trials. Since joining the Law Offices of Todd Rothbard in 2003, Mr. Naumchik has handled thousands of commercial and residential unlawful detainer actions, involving issues ranging from nonpayment of rent to nuisance and illegal activity. His litigation experience in this arena consists of ongoing law and motion practice, settlement negotiations and trials, both bench and jury trials.
Mr. Naumchik regularly serves as a speaker at seminars with respect to Landlord/Tenant law. He is a graduate of San Jose State and the McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific. Graduating with distinction, Mr. Naumchik was a member of McGeorge Law Review, which included two published law review articles in the Review of Selected California Legislation.