California Notice to Reclaim Abandoned Property (over $700)

This notice is given to a tenant who has vacated the rental unit but left personal property behind. The value of such property is worth over $700

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This is the California Notice to Reclaim Abandoned Property (over $700). This form is required in the state of California when a tenant leaves personal property within the rental unit after vacating. The value of such property is estimated to be more than $700.

Who: This document is for Tenants who have vacated a rental, leaving personal property behind. Such property is valued at more than $700.

What: This is the California Notice to Reclaim Abandoned Property (over $700).

When: Give this Notice to Tenants who have vacated a rental property, leaving personal property behind. The estimated amount of such property is valued at over $700.

IMPORTANT: If the tenant leaves personal property believed to be valued in excess of $700, the form needed would be: California Notice to Reclaim Abandoned Property (Under $700).

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