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The County of San Diego Board of Supervisors on May 4, 2021 will be voting to greatly restrict your rights to your property.  The ordinance far exceeds the restrictions placed by the State of California and it will devastatingly restrict your right and ability to remove tenants. The ordinance retroactively invalidates nearly all pending notices…

UPDATE as of 3/29/21: The CDC Moratorium has been continued to June 30, 2021. Visit here for more info regarding the CDC moratorium extension: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/covid-eviction-declaration.html. There are three new programs across the county of San Diego to assist with rental and utility payments to ease the financial burden for renters with earnings below 80% of…

One of President Biden’s first acts as President was to approve an order for the Center for Disease Control (CDC) to extend the Eviction Moratorium that was set to expire on January 31, 2021. The order now expires March 31, 2021. At the same time, Governor Newsom seeks to approve legislation to extend the California…

On August 31, 2020, Assembly Bill 3088 was signed into law. This resulted in the codification of the “COVID-19 Tenant Relief Act of 2020” and the “COVID-19 Small Landlord and Homeowner Relief Act of 2020.” COVID-19 Tenant Relief Act of 2020 (Code of Civil Procedure 1179.01 et seq): Under the Tenant Relief Act, there is…

URGENT: In California, two bills are about to pass that will completely destroy your property investments and our housing market, and our economy. SB 1410 heard in Assembly Judiciary Committee on 08/12/2020 AND PASSED which means it is out of committee and going to Senate vote. SB 1410 permits a tenant to stop paying rent…

Without circulating a proposal to the public for comment, the CA Judicial Council/Supreme Court issued an Emergency order pursuant to powers granted by Gov. Newsom’s executive order N-38-20. With regard to evictions, the order precludes the issuance of an eviction summons, in ANY case (including residential/commercial/foreclosure) for ANY reason, except if it is needed to…

On March 25, 2020, the City Council adopted an emergency ordinance (O-21177) creating a temporary loophole for residential and commercial tenants to stop paying rent. Tenants have the burden of requesting and providing proof of a COVID-19 related hardship. What this means to you: If your tenant takes certain steps, you cannot take action to…

On January 1, 2020, California became the first state in the United States to prohibit discrimination on the basis of someone’s natural hairstyle. Designated as Senate Bill 188, it has also been referred to as the CROWN Act, which stands for Create a Respectful and Open Workplace for Natural Hair. The purpose of the bill…

Prior to January 1, 2020, California law required landlords to provide tenants with 60 days’ notice if they intended to raise the rent greater than 10 percent within a 12-month period. When Assembly Bill (AB) 1110 went into effect on that date, it changed the notification requirements of landlords from 60 days to 90 days…

New legislation in California gives a boost to veterans by making it easier to find a place to live. Specifically, SB 222 requires that landlords accept VASH vouchers, or assistance from the Veteran’s Affairs Supportive Housing program, as part of the renter’s income. It also puts an end to some long-standing housing discriminatory practices. California…

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