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Eviction Protection is Granted to Los Angeles Tenants Awaiting Assistance

On Friday, the Los Angeles City Council approved a ordinance aimed at protecting tenants from eviction while they await emergency rental assistance from the city. This decision was made just a day after the deadline for settling rent debts accrued during the COVID-19 pandemic. The United to House L.A. Emergency Renters Assistance Program has granted ..Read More

Los Angeles Council Extends Eviction Protections for Unauthorized Pets Acquired During Pandemic

The Los Angeles City Council’s recent ordinance marks a significant development in the city’s housing and tenant protection laws, particularly in response to the unique circumstances brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. This legislative action underscores a broader trend of adapting housing policies to address the lingering effects of the pandemic on residents’ lives and ..Read More

Important Notice to Landlords within the City of Los Angeles

If you own property within the boundaries of the City of Los Angeles, it is mandatory for you to adhere to certain important regulations regarding renters’ protections and property management. These regulations have been put in place to safeguard the rights and interests of both property owners and tenants within the city. Firstly, you are ..Read More

LA City Council approves ADU amnesty program

A mere few years ago, approximately one out of every four residences constructed in Los Angeles was an Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU). These units are widely regarded as a mutually beneficial solution to tackle the housing crisis in LA. Not only do they provide housing for those in need, but homeowners who build ADUs can ..Read More

What is in Store for Future Rent Increases in the City of Los Angeles

The Los Angeles City Council made a decision on February 7, 2023, to pass a revised ordinance known as the Just Cause for Eviction Ordinance (JCEO). This amendment introduces a new provision requiring landlords to provide relocation assistance to tenants who experience “economic displacement.” Under this provision, landlords must offer relocation assistance to tenants who ..Read More

Expanded Los Angeles Renter Protections

The renter protections in the City of Los Angeles have been broadened to include all rental property, which includes condominiums and single-family homes. New Laws in the City of Los Angeles Renter Protections Notice As of January 27, 2023, all owners of residential rental properties are required to furnish a “Notice of Renters’ Protections” to ..Read More

City of Los Angeles Just Cause for Eviction Ordinance

The City Council of Los Angeles passed the Just Cause for Eviction Ordinance in January 2023. This ordinance extends eviction protections to most rental units in the city that are not already regulated by the Rent Stabilization Ordinance (RSO), which controls rent increases and valid reasons for evictions for some rental units within the city. ..Read More

City of Los Angeles New Requirements for Landlords

Starting January 27, 2023, every landlord who owns residential properties is required to give tenants a Notice of Renters’ Protections upon the start or renewal of their tenancy. Additionally, the notice must be posted in a common area of the property that is easily accessible to all tenants. To obtain a copy of the Renters’ ..Read More

Someone Please Help Save Us! We Are Being Treated Like The Indians

After three years of being impacted by the COVID pandemic, LA City announces a new ordinance that will be in place until February 1, 2024. The ordinance has many provisions, including new notice requirements and changes in the dates they take effect. LA County’s moratorium extension will govern units not governed by the city’s restrictions. ..Read More

City of Los Angeles and Los Angeles County to Provide Rental Relief to Landlords

With the LA County extending the eviction moratorium and the City of Los Angeles ending theirs but with last minute plot twists, the Board of Supervisors look to provide mom and pop landlords with much needed rental relief. The plan is to find and allocate at least $45 million dollars for a brand new relief ..Read More

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