Date training recorded: Oct 13, 2021
Trainer(s): Philip J. Laird, Jessica Hayes
Sponsoring Organization(s): Consumer Services and Housing Agency, California Department of Housing & Community Development


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Detailed information on AB832 regarding the new requirements for eviction/unlawful detainers. Co-sponsored by the California Department of Housing & Community Development and the Business, Consumer Services & Housing Agency.

Presenters:
Jessica Hayes, Housing and Community Development Specialist, California Department of Housing & Community Development
Philip J. Laird, Deputy General Counsel for the Business, Consumer Services & Housing Agency

MCLE: 1.5-hours general (see instructions below)

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Eviction Prevention & New Court Requirements


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