Time to Evict in California? New Eviction Law AB 3088 Explained for California Tenants and California Landlords
Things just changed for California evictions with the COVID-19 Tenant Relief Act of 2020 - AB 3088! This updated guide for California tenants and California landlords offers the COVID-19 Tenant Relief Act of 2020 - AB 3088 explained! Here are the California eviction updates that we cover and, yes, the California eviction process has changed dramatically...
00:00 WIRE Associates Intro
00:52 AB 3088 Intro & Eviction Update
04:36 Declaration of COVID-19-related Financial Distress
06:51 High Income Tenants
07:41 Whiteboard Walkthrough of AB 3088
09:39 Foreclosure Protection for California Landlords
10:34 Recovering Rent for California Landlords
11:15 Advice for California Tenants
12:02 Advice for California Landlords
13:07 Summary and Thanks for Watching!
The Judicial Council made a dramatic ruling on California evictions and the California eviction process for non-payment of rent. Yes, the California eviction moratorium is over! What does this mean for the eviction moratorium if you can’t pay rent due to COVID-19? Can a landlord now start an unlawful detainer in California? In our video, we’ll explain what eviction protections that the COVID-19 Tenant Protection Act of 2020 (Assembly Bill 3088) offers for California tenants who can’t pay rent due to COVID-19 and how the California eviction process works in the months ahead if a California tenant can’t pay rent due to COVID-19.
This video on COVID-19 Tenant Protection Act of 2020, AB 3088 covers how California eviction laws have changed for California landlords and California tenants, foreclosure protections for California landlords (hint: only for 1-4 units), how a California landlord can recover unpaid rent, advice for California landlords and California tenants on complying with COVID-19 Tenant Protection Act of 2020 (AB 3088),
We also include a PDF downloadable copy of the Declaration of the COVID-19-related Financial Distress that all California landlords need to give their California tenants who can’t pay rent due to COVID-19.