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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 Stockton Relocation Benefits for Displaced Tenants Ordinance

The City of Stockton provides Stockton 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 1.52 of the Stockton Municipal Code and officially entitled the “Relocation Benefits for Displaced Tenants” Ordinance, the Stockton ...

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Relocation Payments for San Mateo Tenants Displaced From Unsafe or Substandard Units

In 2019, the City of San Mateo passed an ordinance providing San Mateo 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 7.50 of the San Mateo Municipal Code and officially entitled, “Property ...

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The South San Francisco Condominium Conversion Relocation Payment Ordinance

The City of South San Francisco provides protections for tenants in buildings undergoing conversion to condominiums, including relocation payments.  Nearly all South San Francisco tenants displaced when the building undergoes a condominium conversion must receive relocation payments.  Relocation provisions are part of the city’s greater condominium conversion ordinance.  This article ...

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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 Tenants Entitled to Relocation Payments For No-Fault Evictions

The Emeryville Rent Ordinance, officially called the Emeryville Residential Landlord & Tenant Relations Ordinance, has eviction protections for nearly all Emeryville tenants.  Codified at Emeryville Municipal Code Chapter 40, the Emeryville Rent Ordinance’s eviction controls require a landlord to have just cause to evict a tenant in a rental unit ...

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Owner Move-In Evictions Under the Berkeley Rent Ordinance

Under the Berkeley Rent Ordinance, landlords are permitted to terminate a tenancy to perform an owner move-in eviction or relative move-in eviction, which requires the owner or relative to reside in the unit as their principal residence following the eviction.  Despite being a lawful good cause eviction reason, the owner, ...

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Berkeley Rent Board Increases Berkeley Rent Ordinance Relocation Payments for Berkeley Tenants in 2020

Effective January 1, 2020, the Berkeley Rent Board increased relocation assistance payments given to Berkeley tenants, where a landlord performs an owner move-in or Ellis Act evictions. The 3.2% increase set Berkeley Rent Ordinance relocation payments at: For Berkeley owner move-in evictions, Berkeley tenants are entitled to a $16,084 relocation ...

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