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Henry Chuang Esq.

Location:
San Jose, California
Phone:
408-971-6270
Fax:
408-971-6271
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Henry graduated from Emory University with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Philosophy in 2002. He continued his education at Emory’s School of Law and earned his Juris Doctor in 2005.

After graduating...

Henry Chuang Esq.

Location:
San Jose, California
Phone:
408-971-6270
Fax:
408-971-6271
Email:

Henry graduated from Emory University with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Philosophy in 2002. He continued his education at Emory’s School of Law and earned his Juris Doctor in 2005.

After graduating from law school, Henry practiced real estate law in Georgia and was a Georgia Registered Neutral in Mediation. He worked in Georgia for 2 years before returning to California. Henry currently focuses on bankruptcy and general civil litigation. Henry has extensive experience representing private money investors and real estate professionals.

Henry is the Co-Chair of the Santa Clara County Bar Association Rainbow Committee and the chair of the SCCBA Bankruptcy Section. He is also a member of the Strategic Planning Committee, Diversity Committee, Board of Trustees, Finance Committee, and Judiciary Committee of the SCCBA and is a member of the Minority Bar Coalition, Bay Area Bankruptcy Forum, SILVAR, and the secretary for Congressman Don Edwards American Inns of Court. Read attorney profile here.

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Landlord Updates – Moratoriums on Evictions in Santa Clara County

by Henry Chuang and Julia M. Wei

Depositphotos 31410485 s 2019            In these unprecedented times, many local and state governments have taken various steps to protect tenants, in some instances including commercial tenants, from eviction.  On the state level, on March 27, 2020 Newsom issued an Executive Order effectively delaying all residential unlawful detainer actions.  The text of the Executive Order is here.  The Order gave all residential tenants an additional 60 days to respond to an eviction lawsuit if the tenants notified their landlord that they were unable to pay rent due to Covid-19 issues.  The California order did not stop or delay any evictions that were occurring for other reasons such as illegal activity on the property or an owner move-in.  This protection is to last until May 31, 2020 unless otherwise extended.

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