The Los Angeles City Housing Department has published a report suggesting ways to phase out key parts of the city’s COVID-19 eviction moratorium while also making some pandemic-era regulations permanent.
The report, released Aug. 25, follows more than two years of pandemic-related eviction restrictions and prohibitions on rent increases.
“As we recover to a new normal, the City must provide clarity to both landlords and renters on the timeline when current and past due rent must be repaid and temporary eviction restrictions lifted,” the report says.
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