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MAY 6, 2020 ORDER

Ordinance 186606, which was approved by the Los Angeles City Council and signed into law by Mayor Eric Garcetti on May 6, 2020, requires owners of Residential Real property in the City of Los Angeles to give notice to their tenants of their protections every time they wish to serve a notice to quit as is specified in paragraph E of Section 49.99.2 ("PROHIBITION ON RESIDENTIAL EVICTIONS"): "An Owner shall: (i) provide written notice to each residential tenant of the protections afforded by this article (“Protections Notice”) within 15 days of the effective date of this ordinance; and (ii) provide the Protections Notice during the Local Emergency Period and for 12 months after its termination each time the Owner serves a notice to pay or quit, a notice to terminate a residential tenancy, a notice to perform covenant or quit, or any eviction notice, including any notice required under California Code of Civil Procedure Section 1161 and California Civil Code Section 1946.1. HCID shall make available the form of the Protections Notice, which must be used, without modification of content or format, by the Owner to comply with this subparagraph. HCID will produce the form of the Protections Notice in the most commonly used languages in the City, and an Owner must provide the Protections Notice in English and the language predominantly used by each tenant."

As a courtesy to our Landlords, Liddle & Liddle is providing a copy of said notice for you to download here as well as a link to the HCIDLA site for further information.

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