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Attention Parkowners:
INFORMATIONAL NOTICE OF COVID-19 TENANT RELIEF ACT EXTENSION AND NEW RENTAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

THIS PAGE CONTAINS THE NOTICE THAT MUST BE PROVIDED ON OR BEFORE FEBRUARY 28, 2021. FAILURE TO DO SO MAY AFFECT YOUR ABILITY TO EVICT A RESIDENT WHO FAILS TO COMPLY WITH THE COVID-19 TENANT RELIEF ACT (CTRA). (CLICK FOR  FULL INFORMATION AND FORMS)

On January 29, 2021, Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law SB 91, which took effect immediately. The new law extends the COVID-19 Tenant Relief Act (CTRA), California’s statewide eviction moratorium, through June 30, 2021, and enacts new protections for renters related to the COVID-19 pandemic. This new law also establishes a rental assistance program.

SB 91 requires this Informational Notice to be provided on or before February 28, 2021, to all residents who, as of February 1, have one or more outstanding rental payments due on or after March 1, 2020. 

Parkowners are required to provide this informational notice about the changes in the law to all residents who owe one or more rental payments due between March 1, 2020, and February 1, 2021. This includes residents who owe rent for this time period and:

(a) have not yet received a notice to pay rent or quit,

(b) have received a 15-day notice but did not return the declaration and/or

(c)  have received a 15-day notice and DID return the declaration.

The notice must be provided to these residents on or before February 28, 2021.

No new 15-day notices can be served until the parkowner or management has complied with this requirement.

Completing the Informational Notice:

1.    Fill in the date and names of the parties to the Rental/Lease Agreement and the address, including space number if applicable and zip code.

2.    The person who signs the form may be the parkowner or an agent who is authorized to act on behalf of the parkowner or park management.

3.    A minimum of three copies are required: one copy for the resident, the original for the Court, and one copy for your file.

4.    More copies will be needed if there is more than one resident.

5.    Serve legible copies and maintain the original for possible court action.

Serve the notice pursuant to Code of Civil Procedure 1162 or by mail.

WMA does not make any representation or warranty about the legal sufficiency or effect of this form. Consult with your park attorney if you need help with this form or have a question regarding the Informational Notice required by SB 91.

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