|What causes for eviction are considered just cause - tenant at-fault?
- Failure to pay rent
- Violation of an obligation of the tenancy
- Maintenance of a nuisance or causing damage to a unit
- Illegal use of the apartment unit
- Refusal to execute leases
- Refusal to provide access to the apartment unit to make repairs, inspections or to show the unit to a prospective purchaser after appropriate notice is given
- Allowing an unapproved subtenant
|What causes for eviction are considered just cause - no-fault?
- Owner Move-In
- Condo conversion
- Ellis Act
|Key Exemption Summary
- Eligible Units: All non-exempt multiple residential dwelling units (2+ units) are eligible
- Exempt Units: Single-family homes, post-1995 construction, rental housing built before 1978 and initially occupied by the current tenant for a rent of less than $600/month
|Minimum tenancy for coverage?
||There is no minimum tenancy for coverage.
|Do protections apply to new construction?
||No, protections only apply to units built before 2/1/1995 (Units built before 1978 and initially occupied by the current tenant for a rent of less than $600/month also exempt)
|What triggers the obligation to pay relocation assistance?
- Owner Move-In by landlord or landlord's spouse, children, or parents
- Eviction for major remodel
- Condominium conversion
- Ellis Act