Whether you are a tenant or a landlord, we’re here to help your find the resources you need. Click “For Tenants” to learn more about local, state, and federal laws in place to protect tenants from eviction. Click “For Landlords” for information on updates to tenant protections and what that means for your tenants and rental properties.

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Learn more about your rights as a tenant or a landlord from DCBA’s Tenant Protection Experts. Click here for a list of upcoming and archived webinars.


The Tenant Protections Policy Toolkit is a tool to assist policymakers and city officials with the design and implementation of tenant protections policy in the post-COVID-19 era.


The Rental Housing Oversight Commission protects tenants from rent increases that are inconsistent with County Code and ensures landlords and mobilehome park owners receive a fair return on rents.


Bet Tzedek and LA Represents help small business owners in Los Angeles find free legal resources to address COVID-19 related problems. Learn more about services and eligibility requirements here.


Stay Housed L.A., a program launched by the L.A. County Board of Supervisors, offers free legal services to tenants facing eviction. The program provides resources for L.A. County residents who experienced economic hardship amid the COVID-19 crisis to get legal and other assistance to stay in their homes.

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What to Do if You Received a Rent Registration Letter in the Mail

What to Do if You Received a Rent Registration Letter in the Mail 1000 587 Consumer & Business

If you own property in unincorporated Los Angeles County, you may have recently received a Rent Registration letter in the mail. Sample Rent Registry Letter Muestra de carta para registro de alquiler Here’s what you need to do next: If you own rental property or a mobilehome park in unincorporated LA County, you may be…

Lancaster Branch Office Open for In-Person Service. DCBA Staff Available on Thursdays and Fridays, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Lancaster Library 601 W. Lancaster Blvd.

DCBA Lancaster Branch Office Reopens for In-Person Service

DCBA Lancaster Branch Office Reopens for In-Person Service 1000 587 Consumer & Business

Services available Thursdays and Fridays The Los Angeles County Department of Consumer and Business Affairs has reopened its branch office location at the Lancaster Library. DCBA staff will be available to provide service and answer your questions on Thursdays and Fridays from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The library is located at 601 West Lancaster…

Learn more about TOPA: Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act

Learn More About TOPA: Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act

Learn More About TOPA: Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act 1000 587 Consumer & Business

Learn more about the proposed Tenant Opportunity to Purchase Act policy for unincorporated Los Angeles County. The LA County Board of Supervisors is considering TOPA, with the aim to empower tenants, prevent tenant displacement, preserve affordable housing, and increase homeownership opportunities for renters. Find out more: The LA County Department of Consumer and Business Affairs…

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