Can I be evicted during Covid in California?
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Although you are protected from eviction by doing the above things, you must eventually pay back all the rent payments you did not make. Beginning November 1, 2021, your landlord can sue you in Small Claims Court for failure to pay rent owed from March 1, 2020 through September 30, 2021. If your landlord wins in Small Claims Court, he or she will have a civil judgment against you, which means the court is ordering you to pay the landlord a certain amount of money. The civil judgment may show up on your credit report and your landlord may use the civil judgment to garnish your wages or obtain a lien. You may be able to avoid this by applying for rental assistance to cover 100% of the rent you owe.BACK TO TOP
13. I am a tenant, but I received a Notice of Trustee’s Sale and/or Notice of Default on my door. Can I be evicted if the unit I am renting has a foreclosure?
If you have not yet submitted your portion, you will receive an email notification with a link to the application. To learn more and apply, visit HousingIsKey.com or call 833-430-2122.
If they only apply for the local program, a city implementing organization will follow up with the tenant to help them apply for the state assistance program. Or you can call the State program at 833-430-2122. Tell them you have not heard from the city and want to file an application with the State.
The SF Housing Committee is not available to help you fill out the application. We can inform you of your rights and protections, advise you about the relief fund and the moratorium on evictions. Here is a list of organizations that can help you with the application:
Also, you will need to have increased risk of homelessness or housing instability, meaning if you have received a rent arrears notice for eviction, live in unsafe or unhealthy conditions, or any evidence of risk. Finally, if your income is less than 80% area median income (AMI). Here is the AMI list:
For rental assistance for unpaid rents from before March 2020, contact the Eviction Defense Collaborative (RADCo) Rental Assistance Disbursement Component at [email protected] or 415-470-5211.
Evictions for reasons other than nonpayment may be carried out only if necessary due to violence, threat of violence, health/safety concerns, or if based on the Ellis Act. However, this limit on evictions expires on September 30, 2021 (Ordinance No. 083-21). As of October 1, evictions that are not based on unpaid rents may be carried out subject to the City’s Rent Ordinance, unless extended.
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For more information about the temporary eviction moratorium, call the Mountain View Rental Housing helpline at (650) 282-2514 or send an email to [email protected]
Tenants are protected by this law, and both tenants and landlords must follow the State’s eviction moratorium requirements. It is important for tenants and landlords to know that the state law has different notice and delinquent rent payment requirements than the city’s previous law.
The Tenant Relief Act sets forth specific requirements that landlords must comply with regarding when unlawful detainer actions may be brought and the type of notice required, including: