Evict This! Tenants Rights Blog
Adding roommates to your lease in San Francisco is a much easier process these days. As long as you are not seeking to add more than two occupants per sleeping room, it’s very tough for a landlord to refuse your request.
In Tenant Troubles I will still give you the law, straight up. When the law is not on your side, I’ll also urge you to remember your old music, to let your DNA unravel, to undadulterate, to get pissed off and get political
Can tenants rely upon Democrat legislators to repeal Costa Hawkins? Not unless tenants remind them that failure will result in endless assault.
Why would you hire landlord lawyer who is ambivalent about your rights–a landlord lawyer who will use your money to evict other tenants?
Unless the Airbnb visitors are being housed in the Jack Tars springing up all over town, they must necessarily stay in residential units removed from the market, period.
Unfortunately anyone who proposes a “move-out fee” with a straight face won’t have a sense of humor. There’s no way you can make him laugh and, like the Toon Patrol weasels, make him fly away and disappear.
The San Francisco Rent Board has always been careful to consider the question of return on investment when establishing guidelines to deal with rent increases.
Tenancy can be like a video game. You will encounter trolls, Cheese Balls and evil lords along the way.
Learn the rules!
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