Tenant Hardship Declaration Form

If you have lost income or had increased costs during the COVID-19 pandemic, or moving would pose a significant health risk for you or a member of your household, and you sign and deliver the Tenant Hardship Declaration form to your landlord, you cannot be evicted until at least August 1, 2021 for nonpayment of rent or for holding over after the expiration of your lease. You may still be evicted for violating your lease by persistently and unreasonably engaging in behavior that substantially infringes on the use and enjoyment of other tenants or occupants or causes a substantial safety hazard to others.

The following are links to the Hardship Form in several languages.

Court Provided Translations:

English

Spanish (AVISO AL INQUILINO)

Albanian (NJOFTIM PËR QIRAMARRËSIT)

Arabic (إشعار مستأجر)

Bengali (ভাড়াটের প্রতি বিজ্ঞপ্তি)

Burmese (အိိမ္္င��းသိုု �႔ အသိေေ�ပးးခ််က္္)

Chinese (Simplified) (承租人通知)

Chinese (Traditional) (承租人通知)

French (AVIS AUX LOCATAIRES)

Haitian-Creole (AVI A LOKATÈ)

Karen 

Korean (임차인에게 고지함)

Nepali (बहालवालालाई सूचना)

Polish (ZAWIADOMIENIE DLA NAJEMCY)

Punjabi-Eastern (ਕਿਰਾਏਦਾਰ ੰਨੂ ਨੋ ਕਿਸ)

Punjabi-Western (کرائے دار لئی نوٹس)

Russian (УВЕДОМЛЕНИЕ АРЕНДАТОРУ)

Urdu (رائے دار کو نوٹس)

Vietnamese (THÔNG BÁO CHO NGƯỜI THUÊ NHÀ)

Wolof (YËGLE BUÑU JAGLEEL LOKATEER BI)

The Volunteer Lawyers Project has had the Eviction Hardship Declaration form translated into additional languages for our community.  Because these are not official court translations, it is important that you include the certification of translation page and English Language version of the form along with it (which is provided here). 

Dinka 
Dinka

Somali
Somali
Swahili

3Dari
4

Farsi
5

Kinyarwanda
6

Pashto
7

Amharic
8

Chin Hakha
9

Tigrinya

Kachin
11

To view our Tenant Rights Update and learn how to fill out the Tenant Hardship Declaration Form, view our video below: