Retaliatory eviction is where a landlord takes actions against a tenant for requesting repairs, complaining to the Department of Building and Inspection, or taking other actions to stand for your rights. The California legislature has provided for protections should a landlord retaliate and a landlord’s actions are presumed retaliatory if they begin within 6 months of the particular action.
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