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The Concord Residential Tenant Anti-Harassment Protection Ordinance

In June 2022, the City of Concord passed the Concord Residential Tenant Anti-Harassment Protection Ordinance (“Concord Tenant Anti-Harassment Ordinance”), which protects Concord residential tenants from harassment perpetrated by unscrupulous landlords, property managers, or other representatives in bad faith.  By protecting all residential tenancies in Concord, and empowering tenants with a ...

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

Sunol tenants are protected from retaliation for asserting their rights under the law.  At the state level, the California Tenant Protection Act of 2019 protects Sunol tenants in covered units from evictions without just cause or drastic rent increases.  Locally, the Alameda County Code of Ordinances protects Sunol 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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In San Francisco, It Is Legal to Store Your Own Stuff in Your Garage

San Francisco tenants can store more than just a car in their garage. While Section 603 of the San Francisco Housing Code ostensibly limits garage use, “only for storage of automobiles,” the law also exempts garages in dwellings, apartments, and residential hotels. San Francisco Housing Code § 603.  In 2014, ...

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Landlord Harassment During A Pandemic: Combating Landlords Who Ignore the Coronavirus/COVID-19 Eviction Moratorium

As more California counties lift shelter-in-place restrictions and gradually reopen, the Coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic remains a threat.  The Coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic is far from over.  Realizing that the Coronavirus/COVID-19 threat is still out there, California Governor Gavin Newsom recently extended the California Coronavirus/COVID-19 eviction moratorium, which protects California tenants impacted by the ...

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Berkeley Tenants Protected from Landlord Harassment

Unlawful entry, failing to cash rent payments, threats of violence, and coercing a tenant into vacating are forms of landlord harassment prohibited in Berkeley.  Spurred by the housing crisis, Berkeley landlords often harass tenants protected by the Berkeley Rent Ordinance into abandoning their home, which frees the unit for a ...

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Workplace Harassment & Bullying in California Examples

No person should be forced to endure workplace harassment. Although widely recognized, employers, managers, and supervisors do not always honor this oft-espoused precept. All too often, California employees must tolerate severe workplace harassment. Employer-perpetrated harassment, usually undertaken by a deplorable manager or supervisor, can garner feelings of helplessness because the employee may feel as if they must choose between challenging bullying or putting food on the table. This choice is false.

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