Governor Newsom and Sacramento lawmakers pass sweeping legislation to address unpaid rent during the pandemic

SB 91 will use $2.6 billion from the pot of federal stimulus funds to pay landlords up to 80% of rent accrued from April 1, 2020, through March 31, 2021, provided that the remaining debt is forgiven for that period. Yet the devil is in the details.

Watch Bornstein Law's joint webinar with the East Bay Rental Housing Association on the landlording changes SB 91 ushered in:

 

By the end of February, tenants who owe rent debt arising from COVID must be apprised of their rights and protections under newly enacted law. 

Do not fret - Bornstein Law has the notice prepared. Please contact our offices for proper service requirements.

 

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A NEW ROADMAP TO LANDLORD-TENANT LAW ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE PANDEMIC

After a harrowing journey, we finally have a sense of finality when it comes to managing landlord-tenant relationships and recovering rent debt.

We've put together a guide to help you understand SB 91 and make informed decisions about rental properties.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Landlords have no greater ally than the California Apartment Association. Our friends there have put together some timely answers to FAQs.

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