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Tagged with: Tenant Law

Supes vote on Breed’s Rent Board appointee will be political test

The full Board of Supes will be voting Tuesday/23 on the appointment of a supporter of Mayor Breed who has little connection with the...

Tenant Troubles: Do we have to sue to get our deposit back?

Editor’s note: It’s hard to be a renter in San Francisco these days; some landlords are constantly looking for ways to squeeze out more...

Tenant Troubles: Our legal correspondent is here to answer your renter questions

Editor's note: For years, tenant lawyer Dave Crow wrote a column for the SF Appeal on tenant issues. We are happy that he's back,...

Proposal calls for every renter facing eviction to have the right to a lawyer

A coalition of renters and advocates, led by Dean Preston, who ran for supervisor last year, filed the paperwork today for a ballot measure...

For seniors, eviction can be a death sentence

DIALOGUES FOR LIFE When I was studying to be a psychoanalyst, one of my teachers, Dr. Irma Birman, shared a recollection from her childhood...

Sheriff evicts 100-year-old

The San Francisco Sheriff’s Office quietly showed up at the home of Iris Canada this morning at around 11:30 and changed the locks. Canada,...

The Agenda: LGBT history, high insurance rates, the leaning tower of Soma …

Phil Burton, the legendary politician who created the Golden Gate National Recreation Era and helped define the modern US Congress, lost his first race...

Why the Chron is SO wrong about an eviction

Duboce Triangle artist isn't at fault here, no matter what C.W. Nevus says -- and tenants actually have a right to stay in their...

Tenants planning 2014 agenda

Tenants packed the LGBT center to talk about how to fight back  By Tim Redmond There had to be 250 people at the Castro Tenants Convention...