California law extends eviction protection through June 2022

California law provides eviction protection for certain tenants in certain circumstances. As of 2021, California state law currently offers several eviction protections to renters affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, which includes: The COVID-19 Tenant Relief Act of 2020, which placed a temporary ban on evictions related to nonpayment of rent for tenants affected by the pandemic, and required landlords to provide a declaration form to tenants, who must fill it out and return it to the landlord in order to qualify for the protection. The Emergency COVID-19 Tenant Protection Act of 2020, which extended the eviction moratorium through January 31, 2022, for tenants who can demonstrate that they have experienced a significant loss of income due to COVID-19. The Governor of California also extended eviction moratorium, which was set to expire on Jan 31, 2022, by executive order. The extension will last until June 30, 2022. In addition, California also has long-standing laws that offer eviction protection for certain tenants, such as those who are protected by rent control laws, or those who are the victims of domestic violence or elder abuse. It's important to note that these protections and laws change frequently, so it's always best to check with local authorities, such as the California Department of Public Health, or an attorney to know what the current laws are, and if you're protected by them.

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