September 4, 2020Levi Sumagaysay of MarketWatch writes about the CDC’s eviction moratorum, and what it means for California renters. Managing Attorney Sam Tepperman-Gelfant is quoted:

“The most important thing for California renters to know is that if they get a notice from their landlord to pay or get out and they have been unable to pay because of COVID-19 economic impacts, they should sign and return the ‘Declaration of COVID-19-related financial distress’ immediately,” said Sam Tepperman-Gelfant, managing attorney for San Francisco-based Public Advocates, referencing a declaration landlords are legally required to provide tenants when serving what is referred to as a “pay or quit” notice.

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