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I am selling out my dairy business and have employees in

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I am selling out my dairy business and have employees in houses .what is my legal time frame to ask them to move out? or what form do I serve them to leave 3 day notice or sixty day notice all employees have lived on dairy more than a year
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  Richard replied 1 year ago.

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All these employees are considered tenants at will and are legally treated as month to month tenants. For those employees that have lived there one year or more, they must be given written notice of at least 60 days to terminate their tenancies; for those less than one year, only 30 days written notice of termination is required. If they don't leave on or before their respective termination dates, then under CA law, you will be required to give a 3-Day Notice to Quit...meaning they must vacate the premises within that period or face formal eviction. Then, if those that still don't leave, you will have to file unlawful detainer petitions for an eviction order. Once that is can have the sheriff evict. You can find the applicable forms at this link:

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