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Per California Code of Civil Procedure Section 1161, if they are alleging a breach of lease/unauthorized action (aside from non payment of rent), then they only have to give you THREE DAYS NOTICE to "fix" the issue before proceeding with any legal action. This is regardless of how long you have lived on the property.
Only if you or the landlord chooses to end the lease without alleging fault, do you get special consideration in that the landlord has to give 60 days notice (which is more than regular tenants get). This is true even if one is a senior citizen and/or has a disability.
You can either fix the issue (you may get more time in writing with them), or, not. But if you do not, then they can evict. Perhaps this is what they have been meaning to do all this time, and are grabbing this as an opportunity to do so ("the management company would like to evict me if possible").
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