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San Francisco Anti Harassment Proposition M

San Francisco Anti Harassment Proposition M (a) No landlord, and no agent, contractor, subcontractor or employee of the landlord shall do any of the following in bad faith or with ulterior motive or without honest intent: 1. Interrupt, terminate or fail to provide housing services required by contract or by State, County or local housing, health or safety laws; 2. Fail to perform repairs and maintenance required by contract or by State, County or local housing, health or safety laws; 3. Fail to exercise due diligence in completing repairs and maintenance once undertaken or fail to follow appropriate industry repair, containment or remediation protocols designed to minimize exposure to noise, dust, lead, paint, mold, asbestos, or other building materials with potentially harmful health impacts; 4. Abuse the landlord’s right of access into a rental housing unit as that right is provided by law; 5. Influence or attempt to influence a tenant to vacate a rental housing unit through fraud, intimidation or coercion; 6. Attempt to coerce the tenant to vacate with offer(s) of payments to vacate which are accompanied with threats or intimidation; 7. Continue to offer payments to vacate after tenant has notified the landlord in writing that they no longer wish to receive further offers of payments to vacate; 8. Threaten the tenant, by word or gesture, with physical harm; 9. Violate any law which prohibits discrimination based on actual or perceived race, gender, sexual preference, sexual orientation, ethnic background, nationality, place of birth, immigration or citizenship status, religion, age, parenthood, marriage, pregnancy, disability, AIDS or occupancy by a minor child; 10. Interfere with a tenants right...

Eviction Protections Rile Up Tenants and Landlords

“The public comment bell rang throughout Monday‚Äôs Land Use Committee meeting as tenant rights advocates and property owners stated their case for or against expanding just cause protection laws to housing units built after 1979. In his raspy voice, Supervisor John Avalos outlined his reasons for bringing the new measure to the table: the economic crisis and increased foreclosures, and the discrepancy in just cause eviction protections between tenants who live in pre-1979 buildings and those who live in post-1979 buildings.” Click here to read more. Published in MissionLocal magazine, Novebmer 3, 2009....
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