Here's What You Need To Know About LA’s COVID-19 Eviction Rules Ending Soon

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According to LAist, Los Angeles COVID-19 Eviction rules are ending soon! Here's what you need to know as a renter:

  • Starting April 1, low-income tenants will no longer be able to put off paying rent because of harms brought on by COVID-19.
  • Reduced household income due to pandemic-related job loss, illness or death will no longer be grounds for deferring rent. If you don’t pay your April rent on time, you could be evicted.

Here is who is allowed to continue to defer their rent, according to LAist, to qualify for the protections for non-payment of rent, tenants must have low-incomes and live within L.A. County boundaries. They also need to be able to show they’ve been harmed by economic fallout related to COVID-19.

  • $51,000 for a household with one person
  • $58,320 for a household with two people
  • $65,600 for a household with three people
  • $72,880 for a household with four people
  • $78,720 for a household with five people
  • $84,560 for a household with six people
  • $90,360 for a household with seven people 
  • $96,200 for a household with eight people

Read more here!

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