COVID-19 EMERGENCY PROTECTIONS

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 and moratoriums in place to protect commercial and residential tenants from eviction. Click “For Property Owners” to learn more about protecting your property from foreclosure.

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Learn More about Our Services and How We Can Help

You can reach our skilled counselors Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at
(800) 593-8222 or via email at rent@dcba.lacounty.gov.

HOUSING & TENANT PROTECTION WEBINARS

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.

Many emergency eviction protections will be expiring on December 31, 2022. Click for details.
MANY EMERGENCY TENANT PROTECTIONS EXPIRE DECEMBER 31

Many emergency tenant protections are ending on December 31, 2022. Learn which protections are going away and which are staying.

RENTAL HOUSING OVERSIGHT COMMISSION

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.

LEGAL ASSISTANCE FOR COMMERCIAL TENANTS

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.

FREE LEGAL SERVICES FOR TENANTS FACING EVICTION

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

Property Owners: Register Rental Units Before September 30

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Property owners and managers are required to submit rental property information under LA County’s Rent Stabilization, Mobilehome Rent Stabilization Ordinances The Los Angeles County Rent Registry, which officially launched in October 2021, is an online portal which allows rental property owners to register rental properties as required by the County’s Rent Stabilization and Tenant Protections…

Eviction Protection for nonpayment of rent for low-income tenants effective as of July 1, 2022

Eviction Protection for Nonpayment of Rent for Low-Income Tenants Now in Effect

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Are you a low-income tenant living in LA County who has been financially impacted because of COVID-19? As of July 1, 2022, low-income households in Los Angeles County will be protected from eviction for nonpayment of rent under Phase II of the County’s COVID-19 Tenant Protections Resolution. To qualify for this protection, a tenant must…

DCBA Stories: Getting a Small Landlord a Bit of Relief

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DCBA Stories is an ongoing series of articles showcasing the many ways the staff of the Department of Consumer and Business Affairs answer the call to help the people of Los Angeles County. The Department of Consumer and Business Affairs has a long history of helping tenants and landlords resolve their issues. A local property…

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