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How Much Can a Landlord Raise My Rent in San Francisco in 2022?
Notice Requirements

How Much Can a Landlord Raise My Rent in San Francisco in 2022?

For tenants living in rent controlled units there are strict rules regarding timing, notice periods, and caps on rent increases. ... Continue Reading

Tenants’ Rights When a Rent-Controlled Building is Bought or Sold
Buyouts

Tenants’ Rights When a Rent-Controlled Building is Bought or Sold

One of the most common questions we get from tenants is - what happens when my landlord sells my building? ... Continue Reading

Unlawful Detainer Lawsuit vs. Wrongful Eviction Lawsuit: What’s the Difference?
Evictions

Unlawful Detainer Lawsuit vs. Wrongful Eviction Lawsuit: What’s the Difference?

Like any narrow corner of the internet, the world of landlord-tenant law is filled with its own language, terms and ... Continue Reading

Understanding the Eviction Process in San Francisco
Evictions

Understanding the Eviction Process in San Francisco

Wrongful evictions happen far too often in San Francisco. The sad reality is that many tenants who are forced out ... Continue Reading

The Importance of Renter’s Insurance in San Francisco
Choosing an Apartment

The Importance of Renter’s Insurance in San Francisco

With rising costs everywhere right now, many renters are looking to cut costs wherever they can. However, it is important ... Continue Reading

Rent Laws that Your San Francisco Landlord Doesn’t Want You to Know
Evictions

Rent Laws that Your San Francisco Landlord Doesn’t Want You to Know

San Francisco has its own rent laws in addition to tenant protections under California state law.  At Wolford Wayne LLP, ... Continue Reading

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