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July 13, 2011: Governor Signs Bill Improving Housing Rights for Domestic Violence Survivors

California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law Assembly Bill 588, which will significantly improve the state’s law allowing survivors of domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking to end their leases without financial penalty. State law currently requires that survivors provide a police report or restraining order issued within the past 60 days in order to end the lease. Under AB 588, the police report or restraining order can be up to 180 days old, providing survivors more time to utilize the lease termination law after they obtain documentation of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking. The law will go into effect on January 1, 2012.

National Housing Law Project has used the existing law to assist dozens of advocates whose clients needed to relocate and escape their abusers. However, while the law has helped many victims move to safe housing, its requirement that victims have a restraining order or police report issued within the past 60 days has been an obstacle for many. By allowing victims to use a restraining order or police report dated in the past 180 days to end the lease, AB 588 will assist victims who face a particularly high risk of retaliation: those whose abusers have been incarcerated for several months and are now being released to the community.

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