The Governor's office announced an order halting any new evictions due to financial hardship from the Coronavirus. You can read the full text of the Order HERE.
A quick review of the order states that between April 1 and May 31 that California Landlords shall not evict residents for financial hardship due to Coronavirus. However, there are caveats. In order to stop an eviction, you must send a letter, within 7 days outlining the reasons you cannot pay rent due to the Coronavirus. Reasons under the order include:
1. Being sick from Coronavirus or taking care of someone who is sick;
2. Loss of work, cutback in hours or cannot work due to isolation order; or,
3. Caring for a child out of school due to Coronavirus.
The Order does not discuss current evictions. It also extends the notice provision for landlords for eviction to 60 days.
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Pacific Workers' does not do landlord-tenant cases, we do want our community to have information during this difficult time.
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