In this month's e-newsletter, we discuss how a landlord move-in eviction works in San Francisco.
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HOW DOES A LANDLORD MOVE-IN EVICTION WORK IN SAN FRANCISCO?
San Francisco rent ordinances permit landlords to evict tenants only when they have “just cause,” meaning that there is a specific and legally valid reason for doing so. Landlord move-in evictions, also known as owner move-in evictions or OMIs, fall into this category.
OMIs are intended to enable a property owner to remove tenants from a unit so that they or a family member can occupy it. Under San Francisco Administrative Code section 37.9(a)(8), the landlord must not have ulterior motives in recovering the property, such as re-renting it at a higher rate. They are also required to..
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