Tenant Rights and Responsibilities - READ the Tenant Rights and Responsibilities to learn about your rights and what actions you are required to take in order to avoid an eviction for COVID-19 rental debt.
YOU MAY QUALIFY FOR RENTAL ASSISTANCE. California has an emergency rental assistance program to assist renters who, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, have been unable to pay their rent and utility bills on or after April 1, 2020. You can apply for it regardless of your citizenship or immigration status. There is no charge to apply for or receive this assistance. Additional information about the program can be found by visiting http://housingiskey.com or by calling 1-833-422-4255.
If You Have Been Served With An Unlawful Detainer Complaint. RE-READ the Tenant Rights and Responsibilities.
You may find information about all the different emergency legislation (laws) that have been put into place since the outbreak of the COVID-19 Pandemic at:
Landlord Checklist.pdf - before you are able to file an Unlawful Detainer Complaint (Eviction) with the court, you must first provide the correct Notice(s) to the tenant. READ the Landlord Checklist to make sure that you have first provided the required Notice(s) to all tenants.
After You Have Provided The Correct Notices To The Tenant And You Have Determined That You Are Able To File The Unlawful Detainer Complaint Forms (Eviction Forms) At The Court: RE-READ the Landlord Checklist to make sure that you are able to file the eviction forms at the court.