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San Francisco fails in assault on Pacific Legal Foundation’s big court win for local landlords

San Francisco fails in assault on Pacific Legal Foundation’s big court win for local landlords

The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals today rejected San Francisco’s attempt to scuttle a major Pacific Legal Foundation court victory for the city’s landlords. At issue was PLF’s federal district court victory in 2014 over the city’s since-repealed Tenant Relocation Ordinance, a confiscatory law that barred landlords from removing their units from the rental […]

Pacific Legal Foundation joins battle against unfair code enforcement fees

Pacific Legal Foundation joins battle against unfair code enforcement fees

Pacific Legal Foundation (PLF), sick a national property rights organization, medications today stepped in to lead a legal fight against Oakland’s unfair — and illegal — treatment of rental property owners who try to challenge arbitrary fees and liens. PLF represents Thomas Lippman, viagra an Oakland rental property owner.  He is suing the city for […]

City extorting couple for $117,000 to relocate their only tenant

City extorting couple for $117,000 to relocate their only tenant

PLF challenges landlord extortion: The City by the Bay has been Daniel and Maria Levin’s home for decades.  They’ve worked hard in their small business for 20 years and saved to enjoy a life of retirement.  But a new San Francisco ordinance requires the Levins and other rental property owners to fork over vast sums […]