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California Anti-Eviction Law Upheld

A federal appeals court has upheld a state law requiring property owners who legally evict tenants to pay one month of the tenant’s rent in order to reduce the cost of relocation.The law took effect in 2020 and also limited rent increases to 10% a year in areas without local rent control. It also provides financial assistance to renters who are evicted because owners were moving into the property, converting it into a condo or demolishing it. A lawsuit accused the state of unconstitutionally confiscating owners’ property by requiring payments. An attorney representing owners says they’re evaluating their next steps, which could include appealing to the Supreme Court.

A federal appeals court has upheld a state law requiring property owners who legally evict tenants to pay one month of the tenant’s …

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