Homeowners of rental properties filed swimsuit Tuesday to problem the two-year-old moratorium on evictions in Oakland and Alameda County, saying the native authorities orders violate their property rights and are being abused by tenants to withhold hire for causes unrelated to the coronavirus.
The native eviction bans took impact in March 2020, after Gov. Gavin Newsom declared a statewide emergency that additionally included an eviction moratorium, later prolonged by state lawmakers. However the lawsuit stated the statewide moratorium, scheduled to run out on the finish of this month, allowed non-payment of hire just for monetary causes associated to the pandemic, whereas Oakland and Alameda County don’t have any such restrictions. The town and county permit eviction provided that a renter poses a menace to public security or the proprietor is changing the constructing to non-rental property.