Barring surprise action in the state Legislature, most of the final remnants of the California’s COVID-19 eviction moratorium will expire at the end of this month, although some local governments are eager to fill the void.

Lapsing June 30 are portions of the COVID-19 Tenant Relief Act (CTRA) and the COVID-19 Rental Housing Recovery Act that were extended under AB 2179.  This includes a moratorium on nonpayment-based evictions for tenants with pending applications for COVID-19 rental assistance. In March, the Legislature passed a three-month extension of this protection to give local and state rental assistance administrators more time to cut checks and process a backlog of rental assistance applications.

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