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At Fault Evictions Los Angeles County

The moratorium prohibits almost all evictions without fault, but allows most evictions for a tenant’s wrongdoing, except for failure to pay rent if protected by the moratorium’s non-payment provisions. However, certain at-fault evictions are also prohibited under the moratorium, as explained below. The protections described in this section apply regardless of whether the tenant has ..Read More

Los Angeles County No Fault Eviction Protections

The County has imposed a moratorium that prevents evictions for “no fault” reasons, except for those that are necessary for health and safety, and an extremely limited exception for owner move-in evictions, which is explained further below. A “no fault” reason is defined as any eviction where the notice to end the tenancy is not ..Read More

LA County Eviction Moratorium – Non Payment of Rent

Since its inception in March 2020 during the pandemic, the eviction moratorium in L.A. County has undergone several changes through multiple amendments. Furthermore, the COVID-19 Tenant Protection Act (CTRA), a state law, had preempted several of its provisions. Although most of CTRA’s preemption provisions relating to local eviction moratoria expired on June 30, 2022, as ..Read More

LA County Has Approved Permanent Just Cause Eviction Ordinance

The Los Angeles City Council has approved the implementation of a permanent just-cause eviction ordinance which will affect most rental units in the city, effective January 27, 2023.  This will replace the eviction protections afforded to tenants by the Tenant Protection Act of 2019, but properties rent-controlled by this act will continue to be rent-controlled ..Read More

Landlords and Apartment Associations Find to End LA County Moratorium

The California Apartment Association (CAA) is determined to end the COVID-19 eviction moratorium in Los Angeles County and will work to ensure that the recent 60-day extension through March 31, 2023, is the last.  The Board of Supervisors used emergency powers to keep the moratorium in place and cover tenant households at or below 80% ..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

LA County Extends COVID-19 Eviction Moratorium Before January 31st Deadline

The Board of Supervisors again decided to extend the Los Angeles County COVID-19 Eviction Moratorium at the last minute until March 31st, 2023. The meeting held on January 24th discussed topics such as a possible 6 month extension to LA County and its nearly 90 cities and additional emergency rental assistance to help tenants pay ..Read More