Do Lease Agreements Need to Be Notarized in California?

This question is about California Residential Lease Agreement

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No, lease agreements do not need to be notarized in California. As long as the criteria for a legally binding lease are met, it is not required to have the lease notarized.

A tenant and landlord can agree to have the lease notarized if they wish, but it is not required by California state law.

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