California’s eviction moratorium has expired, allowing landlords to file evictions against tenants who fail to pay rent, despite the ongoing pandemic and other economic hardships. Tenant attorneys fear there will be a deluge of evictions if landlords and tenants don’t know their rights or seek out assistance. Read the full article on Fox KTVU
The County of LA enacted the Retaliatory Eviction & Anti-Harassment law. Tenants in unincorporated areas are protected from harassment detailed here.
The County of Los Angeles Rent Control regulates how much a landlord can increase a tenant’s rent, prohibits eviction of tenants in many cases, and more.
As the California eviction moratorium is set to expire at the end of the month, you may be wondering: am I protected for longer than that under Bay Area rules? The answer depends on where you live. Read the full article on Fox KTVU
FAIRFIELD, Calif. (KGO) — Landlord and tenant rights advocates agree, the state will see a surge of evictions in the coming months. The moratorium on evictions will likely end Sept. 30. Here’s what that means to those currently behind on their rent… Read the full article on ABC7News
To protect vulnerable tenants, the City of Los Angeles has adopted a new Tenant Anti-Harassment Ordinance that prohibits landlords from engaging in certain conduct.
Know your rights as a tenant in Beverly Hills, Califorina. The Ordinance limits the amount rent can be increased, prohibits some evictions, and more.
The City of Mountain View Community Stabilization and Fair Rent Act (“Mountain View Rent Control Ordinance”), which went into effect December 23, 2016, limits the amount a tenant’s rent can be increased annually and prohibits evictions unless there is a just-cause reason. The City of Mountain View also has a Tenant Relocation Assistance Ordinance that […]