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Fairview Tenants: Sue Your Landlord for Retaliation & Unlawful Rent Increases

Fairview tenants are protected from retaliation for asserting their rights under the law.  At the state level, the California Tenant Protection Act of 2019 protects Fairview tenants in covered units from evictions without just cause or drastic rent increases.  Locally, the Alameda County Code of Ordinances protects Fairview tenants not covered by ...

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Cherryland Tenants: Sue Your Landlord for Retaliation & Unlawful Rent Increases

Cherryland tenants are protected from retaliation for asserting their rights under the law.  At the state level, the California Tenant Protection Act of 2019 protects Cherryland tenants in covered units from evictions without just cause or drastic rent increases.  Locally, the Alameda County Code of Ordinances protects Cherryland tenants not ...

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Ashland Tenants: Sue Your Landlord for Retaliation & Unlawful Rent Increases

Ashland tenants are protected from retaliation for asserting their rights under the law.  At the state level, the California Tenant Protection Act of 2019 protects Ashland tenants in covered units from evictions without just cause or drastic rent increases.  Locally, the Alameda County Code of Ordinances protects Ashland tenants not ...

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San Lorenzo Tenants: Sue Your Landlord for Retaliation & Unlawful Rent Increases

San Lorenzo tenants are protected from retaliation for asserting their rights under the law.  At the state level, the California Tenant Protection Act of 2019 protects San Lorenzo tenants in covered units from evictions without just cause or drastic rent increases.  Locally, the Alameda County Code of Ordinances protects San ...

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Castro Valley Tenants: Sue Your Landlord for Retaliation & Unlawful Rent Increases

Castro Valley tenants are protected from retaliation for asserting their rights under the law.  At the state level, the California Tenant Protection Act of 2019 protects Castro Valley tenants in covered units from evictions without just cause or drastic rent increases. Locally, the Alameda County Code of Ordinances protects Castro ...

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Stockton Tenants Facing Retaliation for Reporting Habitability Issues: Sue Your Landlord

Stockton tenants are entitled to habitable homes.  Not only does California law require landlords to make repairs, but the Stockton Residential Rental Unit Inspection and Maintenance Ordinance, codified at Chapter 8.32 of the Stockton Municipal Code, also ensures Stockton tenants obtain repairs when living with intractable habitable issues.  To eliminate ...

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The Oakland Rent Adjustment Program Publishes Astonishing 6.7% Annual Rent Increase Taking Effect in July 2022

The Oakland Rent Adjustment Program announced the annual rent increase for rent increases between July 1, 2022 and June 30, 2023. As a result, rent for Oakland tenants living in rental units covered by the Oakland Rent Ordinance’s rent control provisions may be increased by an astonishing 6.7%. The Oakland ...

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Ellis Act Evictions Under the Sacramento Tenant Protection Act

Under the Sacramento Tenant Protection Ordinance, landlords can evict all tenants from a rental property and remove the property from the residential rental housing market.  Sacramento Municipal Code § 5.156.090(A).  Despite being a lawful just cause for eviction under the Sacramento Tenant Protection Act’s just cause for eviction protection provisions, ...

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Relocation Payments for South San Francisco Tenants Displaced From Unsafe or Substandard Units

In 2019, the City of South San Francisco passed an ordinance providing South San Francisco tenants with relocation payments when suffering temporary or permanent displacement from their homes due to unsafe or substandard conditions cited by the government.  Codified at Chapter 8.70 of the South San Francisco Municipal Code and ...

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Can Your Landlord Increase Your Rent For Having A Baby?

When California tenants remain in their unit long-term, they often settle in by acquiring more possessions, ingratiating themselves in the neighborhood, making their house a home, and, frequently, having children.  Many landlords find tenants with children problematic and prefer not to rent to families.  Where long-term California tenants have, adopt, ...

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