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Owner Move-In Evictions and Relative Move-In Evictions Under the Fairfax Rent Ordinance

Under the Fairfax 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 primary residence. Despite being a lawful just cause for eviction, the owner, or their qualified ...

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Fairfax Ellis Act Evictions Under the Fairfax Rent Ordinance

Under the Fairfax Rent Ordinance, landlords are permitted to evict all tenants from a rental property and remove the property from the residential rental housing market. Fairfax Town Code § 5.54.030. Despite being a lawful just cause for eviction, the landlord must follow strict rules following the Ellis Act eviction. ...

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The Fairfax Rent Ordinance’s Just Cause for Eviction Protections

The Fairfax Rent Ordinance’s eviction protections keep Fairfax tenants housed by limiting evictions. Under the Fairfax Rent Ordinance, a landlord may only evict a tenant with just cause for eviction. Just cause for eviction means that a landlord can only terminate a tenancy for reasons listed in the Fairfax Rent ...

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Richmond Just Cause for Eviction Protections

The Richmond Rent Ordinance’s eviction protections keep Richmond tenants housed by limiting evictions. Under the Richmond Rent Ordinance, a landlord may only evict a tenant with just cause for eviction.  Just cause for eviction means that a landlord can only terminate a tenancy for reasons listed in the Richmond Rent Ordinance. When ...

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Oxnard Just Cause for Eviction Protections

The Oxnard Rent Ordinance’s eviction protections keep Oxnard tenants housed by limiting evictions to instances where the landlord has an enumerated just cause reason to terminate a tenancy.  Oxnard landlords shall not take any action to terminate a tenancy, such as demanding a tenant vacate, threatening to evict a tenant, ...

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Pomona Urgency Ordinance No. 4320’s Just Cause for Eviction Protections

The Pomona Urgency Ordinance also contains a provision requiring just cause when attempting to terminate a Pomona tenant’s tenancy.  These provisions regulate why a landlord may evict a tenant and require relocation payments to Pomona tenants for certain no-fault evictions.  Pomona tenants forced from their home in violation of this ...

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Pomona Rent Control

The Pomona Urgency Ordinance’s rent control protections (“Pomona Rent Control”) protect tenants by limiting rent increases to reasonable amounts per year.  For units covered by the law, Pomona Rent Control limits rent increases to no more than four percent (4%) or the change in the Consumer Price Index, whichever less. California ...

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