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  • Writer's pictureHoward Kline


Updated: Oct 15, 2020

My research has confirmed that California Coronavirus eviction moratorium ordinances in the state of California differ by county and even by city within the same county.

Some cities and counties have imposed eviction moratoriums only on residential property and others on both commercial and residential. Sometimes, even when the moratorium covers both commercial and residential property, the type of property is handled differently.

Further explanation, audio only podcast and transcript are provided below.

In some places, the eviction moratorium imposes obligations on the tenant in order to receive the protection of the moratorium and in some places, the landlord is obligated to notify the tenant, in advance of the tenant’s moratorium rights. It is confusing.

During the webinar, I announce the discount for my services to help landlords, tenants and property managers negotiate rent relief agreements as a result of the Coronavirus.

For the first 60 leases and if I have been retained before August 1, 2020, I will handle your rent relief negotiations due to the Coronavirus up to 25 hours per lease. In the alternative, with the same limitations, I will handle each lease for a flat fee of $1,500 per lease to a maximum of 25 hours per lease. This offer will no longer be available once I have been retained to handle 60 leases or up through July 31, 2020, whichever occurs first.

For more information and to watch my video explaining the offer, CLICK HERE.

Here is the full audio only podcast that you can listen to here or download to listen at your own convenience. Note that the video has some additional information that I added in post production.

Compounding the confusion are separate court closures and orders not to issue summons in unlawful detainer matters or for the Sheriff not to do lockouts.

To top it all off, the orders and moratoriums are changing from week-to-week or even, day-to-day.

During this webinar, I will do the best I can to give you up to date eviction moratorium information in many of the California counties and cities and give practical advice on how to protect yourself, whether as a landlord, tenant or property manager.


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