On Wednesday, August 12, 2020, AlvaradoSmith real estate and business attorney Monisha Coelho presented How L.A. County’s Eviction and Rent Moratoriums Impact Landlords and Multifamily Properties AlvaradoSmith Presentationhosted by the L.A. Multifamily Real Estate Networking Group.

Monisha shared best practices for dealing with rent payment/deferrals, evictions, lease terminations, and restructuring to help commercial and residential landlords navigate California’s and the Los Angeles region’s eviction and rent increase moratoriums.

Monisha also covered California’s Price Gouging Laws and landlords’ requirements under the new laws and obligations during the pandemic to avoid facing misdemeanor charges and fines.

The presentation slides are available HERE.

A recording of the presentation is available HERE.

AlvaradoSmith has also developed a useful FAQ, Navigating California’s and Los Angeles County’s Eviction and Rent Increase Moratoriums During COVID-19: Updates for Commercial & Residential Landlords and Tenants.

This webinar was hosted by the L.A. Multifamily Real Estate Networking Group, and panelists included Anthony Vulin CEO of the collective Realty, and Will Tiao, owner of Tiao Properties, Inc.

For additional information and questions, please contact AlvaradoSmith business and real estate attorney at Monisha Coelho at mcoelho@alvaradosmith.com at 213.229.2400.

Monisha Coelho is a real estate litigator who represents developers, landlords/tenants, homeowners and, lenders in a wide variety of commercial and residential real estate disputes. She is Shareholder at AlvaradoSmith and is licensed to practice law in India and advises clients on cross-border US-India real estate and business transactions and litigation.


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