Orange County Law Firm Reveals Recent News Regarding Laws Governing the Real Estate Industry, Business News

Katje Law Group has published relevant information regarding the laws that govern the real estate sector. As a reputable and compassionate law firm, Katje Law Group keeps abreast of current changes in the legal industry, as certain developments can have a major effect on their clients.

In breaking news, there are some regulations under Bill AB 832 COVID-19 Relief: Rent: Federal Rent Assistance which expired March 31, 2022. One of the terminated laws included steps you could take to avoid an eviction and pointed out that the money had been set aside to help tenants who fell behind on rent or utility payments. Under this law, tenants had the option of filing an application for housing assistance.

Although some laws are about to expire, it is important to note that certain requirements for notice, rent relief, and collecting rent through small claims courts are valid until 2025. According to AB 832, Chapter 27, Section 5, “Existing Act, until July 1, 2025, provides that a small claims court has jurisdiction over any action to recover a rental debt related to COVID-19, as defined, regardless of the amount claimed. Additionally, each individual sovereign (county or city) is able to enact their own laws and regulations for the protection of tenants caused by the hardships of COVID. Provisions recently enacted by AB 2179 strengthened California’s statewide emergency eviction protections, which will now be limited to only protect tenants when a request for rent relief has been submitted no later than March 31, 2022. These protections must expire on June 30, 2022.

Los Angeles and San Diego currently have suspensions in place regarding evictions. Tenants should contact an experienced attorney if they are facing eviction, have received an eviction notice of any kind, or have received an unlawful detention complaint from their landlord! Katje Law Group’s Orange County attorneys are equipped to handle your unique situation and provide up-to-date information on the laws in their city, county or state for your protection.

Due to the most recent changes in the law, it is imperative to contact a real estate attorney who specializes in evictions and illegal detentions. The lawyers at Katje Law Group understand the complexities of real estate and how to effectively put in place legal solutions tailored to your situation and the ever-changing laws that govern this practice.

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