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COVID-19 Landlord-Tenant Law Update: Commercial & Residential Evictions, Moratoria and Litigation

The coronavirus pandemic has created immediate and long-term challenges for landlords and tenants in both the residential and commercial real estate market. The confusion for all parties is being compounded by complex, often incomplete and sometimes conflicting requirements found in actions taken by local, state and national regulatory, legislative and judicial bodies that are attempting to help solve the crisis. Along the way, litigation risks and actions are increasing for everyone. Please join Meyers Nave Real Estate attorneys Jon Goetz, Russell Morse and Bill Curtis for a webinar on December 17 that will explain the current state of the law, including:

  • Recently introduced bills to extend existing statewide eviction moratorium and provide aid for landlords and tenants
  • AB 3088 (eviction protections, consumer financial protections, compliance requirements, permissible eviction timeline)
  • Status of local eviction moratoria ordinances
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Moratorium on Residential Evictions
  • Judicial Council Orders
  • California state court rules prohibiting unlawful detainer matters
  • Litigation issues, strategies and case studies

The webinar is sponsored by the Real Property Law Section of the Sacramento County Bar Association.
Date: December 17, 2020
Time: 12:00-1:00 PM
Webinar: You will receive an email from SCBA with log-on instructions prior to the Zoom webinar.
Register: Please click here to register on the SCBA website.
MCLE: 1 hour of general MCLE credit