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August 19, 2013: Governor Brown Signs Domestic Violence Bill into Law

On August 19, 2013, Governor Brown signed into law SB 612, a bill co-sponsored by NHLP, the California Partnership to End Domestic Violence and the Western Center on Law and Poverty. The bill had unanimously passed the State Senate and Assembly. The new law, effective January 1, 2014, expands protections for survivors of domestic violence by amending California's early lease termination law, CA Civil Code 1946.7, in three important ways:

• Covering survivors of human trafficking. The new law extends Civil Code 1946.7’s protections to survivors of human trafficking so that they may terminate a lease with documentation of abuse. The law also continues to cover survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and dependent adult/elder abuse.

• Expanding documentation to show abuse. The law allows survivors to use documentation from a qualified third party, including a medical professional and a domestic violence or sexual assault counselor or caseworker. Previously, survivors could only use the law to break the lease if they had a police report or restraining order.

• Requires confidentiality. The new law ensures that documentation of the abuse remain confidential unless the disclosure is consented to in writing or is required by law or order of the court.

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