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San Diego’s ‘no fault’ eviction moratorium ends; nonpayment restrictions remain

A “no fault” eviction moratorium in the city of San Diego has expired, although significant protections for COVID-related nonpayment still apply.

The no fault eviction moratorium took effect in May over the California Apartment Association’s strong objections. The association, however, helped secure an end date of Sept. 30, which the city did not extend.

San Diego City laws and regulations

City of San Diego – Source of Income Discrimination Law

Effective August 1, 2019, the City of San Diego prohibits discrimination based on a tenant’s source of income, including the receipt of housing subsidies, such as Section 8 Housing Choice Vouchers. (San Diego Municipal Code Section 98.0801-98.0806)

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CAA calls on housing providers to speak out The California Apartment Association has concerns over plans from the mayor and the City Council president to overhaul San Diego’s longstanding “just…

The San Diego City Council on Monday began the process of developing more stringent regulations on the rental housing industry, with a specific focus on evictions. Council President Sean Elo-Rivera…