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LA County Mortgage Relief Program

The program is designed to provide financial assistance to non-corporate rental property owners in LA County who have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and meet specific eligibility criteria. To qualify for the program, applicants must fulfill the following requirements: By meeting all of these eligibility requirements, rental property owners can avail themselves of the ..Read More

Pasadena Rent Control

Limits on Rent Increases Landlords are restricted to a single rent increase per twelve-month period, and the rate of increase cannot exceed 75% of the annual rate of inflation. This limitation on rent increases is valid until September 30th, 2023, and is dependent on the tenant’s move-in date. Rollback on Rent Beginning May 17, 2021, ..Read More

How to Evict a Tenant in Ventura for Nonpayment of Rent

Step 1: Serve your tenant a Three Day Notice to Pay or Quit Prior to filing the eviction case in court, it is mandatory to complete a prerequisite step. The 3 Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit must be served to the tenant, which demands payment of overdue rent within 3 days. Step 2: ..Read More

Tenant Protection Resolution FAQ For Landlords

The Resolution, previously known as the LA County Eviction Moratorium, came into effect on March 4, 2020, and offers specific protections to residential tenants, commercial tenants, and mobile home space renters who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic in Los Angeles County. These protections remain in place until March 31, 2023. Who is covered ..Read More

LA County Eviction Protections Expiring March 31st, 2023

Part of the County’s COVID-19 Tenant Protection Resolution is set to expire on March 31st, 2023. While some of the protections have been extended beyond this date, the following protections for residential tenants will expire. From April 1, 2023 onwards, it will be mandatory for landlords to provide tenants with a written 30-day notice before ..Read More

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

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