California Extends AB3088
Governor Gavin Newsom and legislative leaders announced that they have come to an agreement on an extension of California’s eviction moratorium (AB3088) to help protect Californians affected by COVID-19. The extension is through June 30th, 2021.
The extension is aimed at protecting tenants and small landlords from losing their homes. During the announcement, it was also said that state leaders are moving as quickly as possible to distribute California’s share of the latest federal stimulus money. This includes up to $2.6 billion dollars in rental aid to help the most affected get caught up in rent and bills.
We will provide more information as it becomes available.
Fast Eviction Service would like to remind you that a tenant can still be evicted for nuisance matters and other just cause reasons including at-fault or no-fault reasons if the local ordinance allows. Tenants still need to comply in providing a declaration to the landlord within 15 days of being served the notice. High income tenants are also required to show documentation.
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