Yes. If the landlord wants to tear down (demolish), remodel, or change your rental unit, they can evict you. Before they can do this, they must first get a permit required for the project. Then they must give you a written 120-Day Notice.
If the landlord or their family member wants to move into your unit, they can only evict you if no other units like yours are available. The landlord must also give you a written 90-Day Notice. If you move out, and then your landlord or their family member don’t move in, or only move in for a short time, you may have a case for wrongful eviction.
- *None of the required notices we mention here have to be notarized.
- *Notice by email, voicemail, or text does not count to start an eviction lawsuit.