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Please note: These resources are primarily aimed at low-income tenants. If you are a landlord seeking information, please also see the Oregon State Bar Landlord and Tenant Resources page.

  • So Your Landlord Wants to Evict You

    A Handbook on Tenants’ Rights During Evictions. Content Detail

    By:
    Legal Aid Services of Oregon
  • Eviction

    Information about what the landlord can and cannot do to evict a tenant. (An excerpt from the 2016 Landlord-Tenant Law in Oregon community education booklet.) Read More

    By:
    Legal Aid Services of Oregon
    Read this in:
    Spanish / Español
  • Eviction Notices

    How a landlord must give a termination (eviction) notice to a tenant and what kinds of notices may be given. (An excerpt from the 2016 Landlord-Tenant Law in Oregon community education booklet.) Read More

    By:
    Legal Aid Services of Oregon
    Read this in:
    Spanish / Español
  • Eviction - Going to Court

    Information about what happens when your landlord takes you to court to evict you. (An excerpt from the 2016 Landlord-Tenant Law in Oregon community education booklet.) Read More

    By:
    Legal Aid Services of Oregon
    Read this in:
    Spanish / Español
  • How to Use a Form Answer in an Eviction

    Examples of possible defenses to use on a form Answer in an eviction. A sample form Answer is included as a PDF attachment. (An excerpt from the 2016 Landlord-Tenant Law in Oregon community education booklet.) Read More

    By:
    Legal Aid Services of Oregon
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    Spanish / Español
  • Safe Harbor, Grace Period, and other Tenant Protections as the Moratorium Ends

    The statewide moratorium on evictions for nonpayment and evictions without cause ended on June 30, 2021. Starting July 1, rent is due every month, and tenants can face eviction for nonpayment if rent is not paid in time. Starting July 1, no-cause evictions that were allowed prior to the COVID pandemic are once again allowed. But two new laws, Senate Bill 282 and Senate Bill 278, provide important protections to help tenants recover from the pandemic period. Content Detail

    By:
    Oregon Law Center and Legal Aid Services of Oregon
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    Spanish / Español