ON DEMAND: Current Eviction Protections

Class recorded October 26, 2022

With COVID-19 related eviction protections changing and other recent changes to landlord-tenant law, it can be difficult to know which eviction protections are currently in force, and if they apply to you. In this class, learn about the current status of federal, state, and Los Angeles County legal protections against eviction and related laws that affect whether an eviction (unlawful detainer lawsuit) can move forward.

Class covers:

  • The current status of federal, state, and local Los Angeles COVID-19 eviction protections, including for past due rent
  • Eviction protections under local rent control laws
  • “Just cause” eviction protections under California’s anti-rent gouging law (Tenant Protection Act)
  • Other eviction protections and requirements
  • How to assert your rights, whether you are a tenant or a landlord

Presented by: Joshua Johnson, Eviction Defense Attorney, Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles (https://lafla.org/)

LA Law Library does not provide legal advice:

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