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What to Do If You’re Wrongfully Evicted
Evictions

What to Do If You’re Wrongfully Evicted

Wrongful Eviction is Real in San Francisco, Oakland, and Berkeley In cities such as San Francisco, Oakland, and Berkeley, where ... Continue Reading

Lawyer for Renters’ Rights When Facing a Wrongful or Constructive Eviction
Evictions

Lawyer for Renters’ Rights When Facing a Wrongful or Constructive Eviction

Lawyers for Renters Asserting Your Rights After a Wrongful or Constructive Eviction If you’ve been wrongfully or constructively evicted, it's ... Continue Reading

Illegal Evictions For Renters in San Francisco, Oakland, and Berkeley and The Devastating Effects
Evictions

Illegal Evictions For Renters in San Francisco, Oakland, and Berkeley and The Devastating Effects

Attorneys for Renters Facing Illegal Evictions in San Francisco, Oakland, and Berkeley, California. Illegal evictions can cause severe disruption and ... Continue Reading

Proving a Bad Faith OMI
Owner Move-In Evictions

Proving a Bad Faith OMI

In cities with strong rent and eviction control laws, like San Francisco, Oakland, and Berkeley landlords must have a “just ... Continue Reading

Can You Prevent an Owner Move-In Eviction?
Owner Move-In Evictions

Can You Prevent an Owner Move-In Eviction?

In cities with eviction-control regulations like San Francisco, Oakland, and Berkeley, owners can attempt to evict a tenant using what ... Continue Reading

Do Tenants Have to Allow Inspections?
Owner's Right to Enter

Do Tenants Have to Allow Inspections?

In cities like Oakland, Berkeley, and San Francisco, tenants are obligated to allow inspections for reasonable viewings of their rental ... Continue Reading

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