NEW! Residential Tenant Protection Ordinance (RTP) CHANGES San Diego Evictions!

Yes, the San Diego City Residential Tenant Protection Ordinance (RTP) has changed evictions! This guide for San Diego renters and San Diego landlords explains what’s new for at fault and no fault evictions in San Diego city, including:

✔️ Which properties are exempt from the San Diego Residential Tenant Protection Ordinance❓

✔️ What notices are required for at fault and no fault evictions❓

✔️ Where can I find the San Diego Tenant Protection Guide❓

✔️ What are reasons that a landlord can evict for no fault reasons in the RTP Ordinance❓

✔️ When can a tenant renew a rental after being evicted❓

✔️ How much does a landlord owe for relocation assistance for an eviction in San Diego❓

✔️ What are the new rules for buyout agreements under the Residential Tenant Protection Ordinance❓

✔️ How much will a landlord have to pay for breaking the law in San Diego❓

📺 Learn more about the Tenant Protection Act of 2019, AB 1482 - Tenant Protection Act - Updated Guide for California Landlords and Tenants 👉

📌 Link to San Diego Residential Tenant Protection Ordinance 👉

📌 Learn more and download the latest San Diego Tenant Protection Guide 👉

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