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Law Practice

Jul. 29, 2020

Bad and getting worse: homelessness in Los Angeles

In part overshadowed by fears of COVID-19, the homelessness situation in Los Angeles and beyond is far from easing up. Once temporary eviction restrictions are lifted, attorneys and judges are likely to see an increase in eviction and homelessness-related cases with little new law to ease the situation for either renters or landlords.

In part overshadowed by fears of COVID-19, the homelessness situation in Los Angeles and beyond is far from easing up. Once temporary eviction restrictions are lifted, attorneys and judges are likely to see an increase in eviction and homelessness-related cases with little new law to ease the situation for either renters or landlords. Of course, the law often lags behind reality, so preparation for reality is key.

The problem is simply shocking. Acco...

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