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Eligible households who need financial assistance for unpaid rent and utilities will be able to apply for help through the California COVID‐19 Rent Relief program. For information, landlords and renters can call (833) 430‐2122 or click:


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.


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.

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Stay Housed L.A. Files Tenant Anti-Harassment Lawsuits

Stay Housed L.A. Files Tenant Anti-Harassment Lawsuits 1000 575 Consumer & Business

STAY HOUSED L.A. FILES THREE TENANT ANTI-HARASSMENT LAWSUITS IN A PILOT PROGRAM WITH THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES The effort was launched after an uptick in complaints received on harassment issues, which advocacy groups are concerned could be on the rise as landlords look for ways to remove tenants who owe rent due to COVID-19…

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LA County’s New Rent Registry: What You Need to Know

LA County’s New Rent Registry: What You Need to Know 1000 575 Consumer & Business

The Department of Consumer and Business Affairs recently launched the LA County Rent Registry, a new online portal that allows owners of properties located in unincorporated LA County to register rental properties, rental unit information, and pay any annual rent registration fees required by the County’s Rent Stabilization and Tenant Protections Ordinance and Mobilehome Rent…

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DCBA Launches Rent Registry Online Portal

DCBA Launches Rent Registry Online Portal 1000 575 Consumer & Business

Property owners and managers are required to submit rental property information under LA County’s Rent Stabilization, Mobilehome Rent Stabilization Ordinances LOS ANGELES – On October 1, 2021, the Los Angeles County Department of Consumer and Business Affairs (DCBA) launched the County’s first online Rent Registry. The L.A. County Rent Registry, which contains portals for both…