Marin County 

Tenant Protection Act of 2020


Text of AB3088, Tenant Protection Act of 2020


Chart from Marin County-timeline with requirements. AB3088: the COVID-19 tenant Relief Act of 2020


Marin County Tenant Declaration form


California Department of Real Estate

Landlord Forms


Bay Area Legal Aid. Resources and News for Tenants


Bay Area Legal Aid. Self Help Eviction Defense. Unlawful Detainer Answer Packet

City of Novato passed Urgency Legislation limiting rent increases in Tracts 1032, 1042, and 1022.03.

Full text of Ordinance available: HERE


Eviction Moratorium Extended Through September 30, 2021. NEW LAWS APPLY to EVICTION CASES: HERE

Legal Services of Northern California has put together two videos related to the passage of AB 832, which extends COVID-19 renter protections through September 30, 2021. in English en Espanol

January 28, 2021: a new bill, SB91, extends eviction moratorium through June 30, 2021. See text: HERE

August 31, 2020: a new bill, AB 3088, protects tenants from evictions and homeowners from foreclosures until February 1, 2021.  The inability to pay rent must be related to an economic hardship between March 4 – August 31, 2020 and  tenants  must sign a declaration of hardship according to the legislature’s timelines.  For a COVID-19 related hardship experienced between September 1, 2020 and January 31, 2021 tenants must pay at least 25 percent of the rent due to avoid eviction after February 1, 2021 for the unpaid rent.

Marin County Renter and landlord resources, including information about the temporary emergency ban on evictions due to COVID-19, are available HERE.

Information about the Emergency Rental Assistance Program in Marin, including how to apply, may be found HERE.

Marin County Steadfast in Prioritizing Tenant Protections

See News Release: HERE

See Governor's News Release: HERE

See Full Text of AB 3088: HERE

For Additional Information see the State of California

Tenant & Landlord Resources Guide: HERE

Additional Resources from Stanford Law School and the Pew Foundation: HERE

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) debuted a new tool ( that allows renters and landlords to find rental assistance programs in their area.