SF Property Owners Score Win In Tenant Payment Decision

By Melissa Daniels (March 22, 2017, 6:56 PM EDT) -- A California appellate panel on Wednesday sided with San Francisco property owners in two cases over a city ordinance requiring payments of up to $50,000 to evicted tenants when closing down units, finding the law impedes a property owner's right to exit the rental business under the state's Ellis Act....

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