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California Eviction Moratorium: Now What?
There’s no doubt that the California eviction moratorium can be confusing for landlords and tenants alike — and with new laws in place as of October 1, there are more questions. Not sure what this means? At Shamtob Law, our mission is to provide our clients with the answers they need. Learn more below, or feel free to contact us now to schedule a free consultation.
According to the California Courts website, “As of October 1, 2021, a tenant may be evicted for any legal reason, including failure to pay rent.” Previously, the law had been amended in light of the unique circumstances for people during COVID-19.
From October 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022, landlords who wish to evict their tenants for not being able to pay rent must apply for rental assistance. This applies only to rent that was due from March 1, 2020 to March 31, 2022, and only if the tenants moved in before October 1, 2021.
What Does This Mean?
When any new law goes into effect, it can be confusing. That’s why we strongly recommend doing your research to ensure that you fully understand your rights. Whether you’re a landlord or a tenant, it’s important to know how the California eviction moratorium affects you.
What Can I Do?
Knowing what to do is incredibly difficult — and that’s why we recommend contacting an eviction lawyer at Shamtob Law. We bring years of experience to each case we undertake, and no matter your situation, we’ll work hard to uncover the facts in order to provide you with the absolute best legal services. You don’t have to go through this situation alone.
Do you have a question about the California eviction moratorium? Not sure where to begin? We’d love to help get you out of your predicament, and we specialize in landlord/tenant disputes. When you need a law office that brings experience, passion, and dedication to your case, look no further than Shamtob Law. Contact us today to request a free consultation and rest assured that you’re in good hands.