California Legislature adjourns without extending COVID eviction moratorium
California lawmakers on Friday night adjourned for the year without extending the statewide COVID-19 eviction moratorium, all but cementing its expiration on Sept. 30.
Although the moratorium is slated to end, elements of the COVID-19 Tenant Relief Act, which includes the limited local preemption, will carry on. For example, that law continues to prohibit local governments from creating their own eviction restrictions for nonpayment of rent through March 31, 2022.
The application process for the State of California’s Rental Assistance Payment Program opened
Did you miss CAA’s webinar titled “The Eviction Moratorium is Ending. Now What?” The California eviction moratorium is set to expire Sept. 30. Don’t fret. It’s available on demand.
California’s latest proposal for fair housing regulations includes improvements secured by the California Apartment Association, but also a couple items of concern.
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