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Relocation Payments for Ventura Tenants Evicted for Demolition or Substantial Remodeling Work

Following the horrendous Casa del Pueblo eviction fiasco, the City of Ventura, also referred to as San Buenaventura, passed an urgency ordinance providing Ventura tenants with just cause for eviction protections for demolition or substantial remodeling evictions in May 2022.  Additionally, for these reasons, Ventura tenants are entitled to relocation ...

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The Sacramento Tenant Protection Act: Rent Control and Eviction Protections for Sacramento Tenants

Codified at Chapter 5.156 of the Sacramento Municipal Code, the Sacramento Tenant Protection Act protects Sacramento tenants by limiting rent increases, limiting evictions, and provides several enforcement mechanisms for a deprivation of rights.  The Sacramento Tenant Protection Act requires landlords to have just cause for eviction when evicting a Sacramento ...

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San Francisco Tenants Entitled to 10-Day Cure Period for Evictions

Please Note that this law has been stayed (put on hold) until the Court resolves an appeal by the San Francisco Apartment Association and the Small Property Owners of San Francisco Institute. The San Francisco Rent Ordinance protects nearly every San Francisco tenant by requiring just cause for evictions throughout ...

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Owner Move-In Evictions Under the Inglewood Rent Ordinance

Under the Inglewood Rent Ordinance, landlords are permitted to terminate a tenancy to perform an owner move-in or relative move-in eviction, which requires the owner or qualified relative to reside in the unit following the termination of tenancy.  Despite being a lawful just cause for eviction, the owner, or their ...

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Emeryville Owner Move-In Evictions

Under the Emeryville Rent Ordinance, landlords are permitted to terminate a tenancy to perform an owner move-in or relative move-in eviction, which requires the owner or qualified relative to reside in the unit following the termination of tenancy.  Despite being a lawful just cause for eviction, the owner, or their ...

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2020 Amendment to San Francisco Rent Ordinance Protects Almost Every Tenant

Effective January 20, 2020, the San Francisco Rent Ordinance’s newest amendment extends just cause for eviction protections, and other tenant protection laws, to San Francisco tenants in units previously exempt from the rent ordinance that were built after June 13, 1979, or underwent a substantial rehabilitation. San Francisco Administrative Code § ...

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