Synopsis Of Oakland Eviction Moratorium

Although California’s eviction moratorium has expired, a handful of cities/counties, including Oakland, California, still have moratoriums in place that prohibit most residential evictions within the city or county borders. Here is an overview of the eviction protections afforded by Oakland’s Eviction Moratorium. Who Is Covered By Oakland’s Residential Eviction Moratorium? Oakland’s Eviction Moratorium applies to […]

Estate Administration Tips for Personal Representatives of a California Probate Case

Probating a California estate can be challenging for estate administrators or executors who are unfamiliar with the process. The degree of difficulty in completing probate typically depends on the size and nature of the assets to be administered, the number of parties involved in the process, and whether there are disputed issues among the parties. […]

Which Properties are Exempt from California’s Tenant Protection Act of 2019?

In 2019 the California legislature enacted California’s Tenant Protection Act (TPA) of 2019. In addition to limiting annual rent increases for much of California multi-unit residential properties, the TPA requires “just cause” to evict tenants in place for 12 months or more. Here is a synopsis of the TPA, and a breakdown of those properties […]

Update On Los Angeles County Eviction Moratorium

Los Angeles County’s Board of Supervisors has voted to extend its county’s eviction moratorium through the end of 2022, by approving The Los Angeles County Updated Covid-19 Tenant Protections Resolution. The new rules add another layer of complexity to the other eviction protection laws and ordinances passed during the pandemic. Here’s what all the new […]

Synopsis Of Alameda County Eviction Moratorium

Alameda County’s eviction moratorium makes it illegal for landlords to remove tenants from a home for almost any reason.  The ordinance is considered one of the strongest tenant protection measures still in effect in California.  With limited exceptions discussed below, the Alameda County eviction moratorium protects most tenants from eviction during this crisis.   However, tenants still […]

Arizona Evictions Based On Material And Irreparable Breaches Of The Rental Agreement

In Arizona, a tenant can be evicted from a home for violating the lease or rental agreement. Here is a summary of the eviction procedure when a tenant commits a “material and irreparable” violation of the rental agreement, i.e. a serious violation of the agreement that the tenant cannot fix. What Is A Material And […]

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