This site was developed for landlords. The unlimited eviction moratorium has violated contract and property rights guaranteed by the CA Constitution. The governor has exceeded his rights by commandeering property. When a governor calls a state of emergency, this gives him the authority to commandeer or utilize any private property or personnel deemed by him necessary in carrying out the responsibilities. However, the state is liable for the reasonable value of what it uses. (Gov. Code § 8572).
CALL FOR ACTION
UPDATE: As of 7/24/2020 it was announced that the Judicial Council will vote soon to end the Emergency Order banning summons on Evictions.
However the Legislature is likely to turn this into a law titled AB 1436, essentially a free rent bill. Please write your state legislators and assembly persons through the CAA Voter Voice Link here immediately.
If you wish to send a more personal letter of opposition,
your contacts for your senators and assembly folks can be found here
The bill is currently in the CA Senate Judicial Committee. Send your opposition letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Disclaimer: This is not intended for legal advice. It's for Landlords to help Landlords in the Eviction Moratorium Crisis!