While the U.S. Supreme Court has declined to examine the constitutionality of Los Angeles’ eviction moratorium, the underlying legal challenge may still go forward in the lower courts.

The city of Los Angeles’ moratorium, one of the strictest in the state, shields tenants from eviction for nonpayment of rent for at least three years, regardless of whether they provide their landlord evidence of financial hardship related to COVID-19.

With the support of CAA, the Apartment Association of Greater Los Angeles (commonly referred to as AAGLA) filed a request asking the High Court to review unfavorable lower federal court opinions in the group’s legal challenge to the city’s eviction moratorium.

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