We have continued the COVID safety measures put in place during the Pandemic.
Everyone entering the building must:
Plexiglass shields have been installed in each courtroom and in the Clerk’s Office.
Air filters are provided in select areas around the building.
A landlord may or may not have to serve a notice to terminate month-to-month tenancy. A notice to terminate month-to-month tenancy must be served on the tenant if:
It is possible that landlords will have to give one or both of these notices to their tenants. For example, a residence occupied by tenants that fail to meet their obligations under law and affect health and safety would have to receive both notices of termination.
|If the premises are tied to a federal subsidy commonly known as “Section 8 housing,” the landlord must comply with the notice requirements set by federal laws. These requirements are more complex. There can be three different time periods for notices of eviction under federal law. Landlords should talk to a lawyer to make sure that they are giving proper notice to the tenant and CHMA.|