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  • LGBT Rights and Resources

    Discrimination in employment, housing, business settings, school and foster care; hate crimes and intimate partner violence; family matters; concerns about health and at death; sex crimes and convictions. Content Detail

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    State Bar of California

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  • LGBT Rights and Resources

    Discrimination in employment, housing, business settings, school and foster care; hate crimes and intimate partner violence; family matters; concerns about health and at death; sex crimes and convictions. Content Detail

    By:
    State Bar of California

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  • Retaliatory Actions, Evictions And Discrimination

    A landlord may try to evict, harass, or discriminate against a tenant because the tenant has exercised a legal right or has complained about a problem in the rental unit. Others can use harassment, eviction, or discrimination to retaliate against someone who: opposed unlawful practices, informed law enforcement, or encouraged a person to exercise their rights. Content Detail

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    CA Department of Consumer Affairs

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Rent (7)+

  • Rent Increases

    Learn how often can rent be increased and your right to notice and effective date. Content Detail

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    CA Department of Consumer Affairs
  • Paying the Rent

    This resource discusses information on rental agreements, check or cash payments, late fees, bounced checks, partial payments, rent increases, subleases, and assignments. Content Detail

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    CA Department of Consumer Affairs
  • City of Los Angeles Landlord Tenant Handbook

    Substantive handbook about several housing topics. Content Detail

    By:
    Los Angeles Housing + Community Investment Department (HCIDLA)
  • City of Oakland Rent Adjustment Program

    The Rent Adjustment Program addresses concerns between owners and tenants. Renters may challenge a rent increase if they believe it is more than the allowable amount. Rent increases above the allowable amount must meet the criteria of the ordinance. Renters may also petition for a decrease in rent paid due to a loss of service. Disputes will be settled through mediation or a hearing. Hearing Officers make decisions based upon review of information from both tenants and property owners. Content Detail

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    City of Oakland Rent Adjustment Program
  • Rent Control in Santa Monica

    The law limits excessive rent, reasons for evictions, and rent increases. Content Detail

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    City of Santa Monica Rent Control Board
  • Rent Stabilization Ordinance in the City of Los Angeles

    What the RSO covers: allowable rent increases, registration of rental units, legal reasons for eviction, and types of evictions requiring payment of tenant relocation assistance. Content Detail

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    Los Angeles Housing + Community Investment Department (HCIDLA)
  • San Francisco Rent Board Fact Sheets

    Topics such as: repair issues; security deposits; interest on security deposits, and the rent board fee; eviction issues; landlord petitions and passthroughs tenant petitions; annual allowable rent increases and banked rent increases; hearings, mediations and appeals; utility passthroughs; water revenue bond passthroughs. Content Detail

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    San Francisco Rent Board

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