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The Apartment Association of Greater Los Angeles is questioning the constitutionality of the city of Los Angeles’ rent freeze and ban on evicting residents who are impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. AAGLA, represented by Rutan & Tucker, is suing the city, saying the ban illegally modifies existing contractual relationships, and forces landlords and property owners to take on residents’ financial losses. According to a release from AAGLA, the organization is seeking to invalidate the ban.

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Aleeza Furman

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