Landlords starting California evictions? New, Big Eviction Updates for Tenants and Landlords

Things just changed for California evictions! This updated guide for tenants and landlords in California gives recent news on the eviction process for California during COVID-19. The Judicial Council just made a dramatic ruling on California evictions and the California eviction process for non-payment of rent. Is the California eviction moratorium over? What does this mean for the Orange County eviction moratorium and Los Angeles eviction moratorium? What is the latest update on the Federal eviction moratorium? Can a landlord now start an unlawful detainer in California now? And what does this mean for the California eviction process, any changes due to nonpayment of rent due to COVID-19?

This video answers these questions and covers how California eviction laws would change if AB 1436 and/or SB 1410 are signed into law. Landlords and tenants need to know the latest on the eviction moratorium in California and evictions in California.

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Where to find free legal assistance for evictions: Guide for tenants and landlords -          

Guide to local eviction moratoria - 

Statement from Judicial Council on ending their eviction moratorium -

AB 1436 - Text of bill - 

SB 1410 - Text of bill - 

Trump’s Executive Order on Fighting the Spread of COVID-19 by Providing Assistance to Renters and Homeowners 

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