WWII Vet Faces Eviction, Puts Spotlight On San Jose Tenant ProtectionsA World War II veteran in San Jose is fighting to keep his home.
Bernal Heights Warehouse Collective Battles EvictionThe San Francisco Fire Department has told residents of an artist's collective living inside a warehouse near the Alemany Farmers Market to leave because the space is not zoned for residential living.
Dozens At City Hall Protest Eviction of 100-Year-Old Woman from Her S.F. ApartmentIris Canada had been in a lengthy dispute with her landlords, who claim she has not lived in the apartment at 670 Page St. for years.
Mountain View Passes Urgency Ordinance Requiring Just-Cause EvictionsAn urgency ordinance passed by the Mountain View City Council will require landlords to have just cause to evict their tenants.
Oakland Landlord Fights 'Mega-Evictor' Label, Blames CityA landlord on Oakland’s Housing Task Force is being blamed for being part of the city's housing crisis.
100-Year-Old San Francisco Woman Fighting Eviction Wins ReprieveA 100-year-old woman facing eviction from her San Francisco apartment has been granted a one-week stay of eviction.
100-Year-Old San Francisco Woman Hospitalized Before EvictionA 100-year-old woman was hospitalized Tuesday, a day before San Francisco sheriff’s deputies were slated to evict her from her Western Addition apartment, according to housing rights advocates.
Judge Orders Landlord To Fix Squalid Conditions At Oakland TenementTenants say that after the new owner purchased the building last year, he has been harrassing them, trying to get them to move out.
SF Housing Advocates Seek Elder Abuse Charges Against Owners Evicting 100-Year-Old TenantActivist groups, including the NAACP, say the owners attempting to evict Iris Canada, who has lived in the building since the 1940s should be charged with elder abuse.
San Mateo Families Fight Eviction While Coping With Rats, FilthSome Peninsula families on Friday were fighting eviction to stay in their San Mateo homes, even though they say they're dealing with rats, filth, mold problems and more.
San Francisco Home Buyers Get Publicly Shamed For Evicting TenantsHome buyers in San Francisco are getting publicly shamed when they try to evict tenants.
San Francisco Teacher Being Evicted For Using AppliancesIn what is believed to be a first-of-its kind San Francisco eviction case, a kindergarten teacher was served with an eviction notice for using appliances in what her new landlords termed an illegal in-law apartment.

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