The LA City Council wants to reinstate the policy to ensure that tenants can keep pets

The City Council on Tuesday moved forward with a proposal to reinstate a Covid-era policy to ensure that tenants can keep pets in their rental units without fear of eviction.

Council members voted 14-0, with Councilman Crane Price absent during the vote, in favor of the proposal. The recommendation calls for the city attorney’s office to draft an ordinance to amend the city’s pet laws as they relate to rental units.

Specifically, the law, if passed, would require landlords and building managers to allow any pets living in rental housing units until the tenant moves or relocates the animal. don’t do it Additionally, tenants will be required to notify their landlords of any pets that were acquired during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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