|What causes for eviction are considered just cause - tenant at-fault?
- Nonpayment of rent
- Tenant breaches a term of the lease and failure to cure after receiving written notice of the defect
- Illegal activity
- Illegal subletting (this is normally not allowed as a just cause for eviction in state courts)
- Tenant refuses to give access to landlord after receiving written notice
- Tenant continuously smokes in a unit where smoking is not allowed
|What causes for eviction are considered just cause - no-fault?
- Landlord seeks to demolish building
- Capital improvements
- Owner Move-in
- Removal of unit from rental market
- Compliance with government order
|Key Exemption Summary
||Only units that are on month-to-month leases are eligible for protections
|Minimum tenancy for coverage?
||There is no minimum tenancy length for coverage.
|Do Just Cause protections apply to new construction?
|What triggers the obligation to pay relocation assistance?
- Renovation (see stipulations)
- Owner-move in, or move-in by a resident manager, or move-in by tenant(s) that require an occupancy agreement and intake, case management or counseling as part of the tenancy
- Withdrawal of rental unit from market
- Compliance with government agency order to vacate (except in the case hazardous conditions due to natural disaster of "act of God")
|Number of Units Covered by Just Cause Protections