Author: Jacqueline Ravenscroft

Mobilehome Evictions

03, Monday 2013

California Mobilehome Homeowners: Rent Increases and Evictions Updated: June 3, 2013 What are the requirements governing rent increases by mobilehome park owners or management in jurisdiction without rent control? The Mobilehome Residency Law allows mobilehome park owners or management to increase rents. However, the park must provide a ninety-day notice prior to any increase. Cal. […]

Mobilehome Repairs

13, Monday 2013

California Mobilehome Homeowners Repair Rights Owners of mobile homes live in a unique situation. First, they own their home while renting someone else’s land. Second, they often make a greater financial investment in their home and lot than the park owner makes in the park. Still, park owners greatly influence mobilehome owners’ living conditions. This […]

San Francisco Ellis Act Evictions

13, Monday 2010

Ellis Evictions Under the San Francisco Rent Ordinance The Ellis Act allows a landlord to take a building off the rental market. See Cal. Gov’t Code § 7060. All units in the building are removed from the rental market, even units without tenants. The rental restrictions are on current and all subsequent owners. The landlord […]

Owner Move-In Evictions

05, Sunday 2010

Know Your Rights in an Owner Move-In Eviction Owner Move-In Eviction is also often referred to as an OMI, Relative Move-In, LMI, or Landlord Move-In Eviction OMI Defined The San Francisco Rent Ordinance allows the owner of a building to evict all tenants from a single rental unit if: The owner has at least a […]

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