SACRAMENTO, Calif. —
California renters are urged to act fast if they won’t be able to pay their full rent payment due to the novel coronavirus outbreak, the attorney general’s office said Monday.
A deadline to notify landlords about rent payments – for many renters – is Tuesday.
“The statewide stay-at-home order and critical social distancing measures necessary to prevent the spread of COVID-19 have resulted in many tenants being out of work and in jeopardy of losing their homes,” Attorney General Xavier Becerra said in a statement. “I urge families who are facing an inability to pay their rent due to COVID-19 to act swiftly and take control of their rights under the Governor’s executive order. The order allows certain evictions to be delayed, but tenants must act quickly or risk losing their rights.”
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