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SF Supes Consider TIC's Bypassing of City's Condo Conversion Law
Date Wednesday March 30
Time 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Location Details
Supervisors Hearing March 30, 1:00 PM, City Hall (Room 263)
Event Type Meeting
Organizer/Authorreposted by an sftu fan
Plan Will Let TICs Automatically Bypass City's Condo Conversion Law; Tics Created Through Evictions of Senior, Disabled or Catastrophically Ill Tenants Will Get To Bypass Eviction Protections In Condo Law

Supervisors Hearing March 30, 1:00 PM, City Hall (Room 263)

Proposed Legislation Rewards Landlords For Evicting Tenants; Ellis Evictions Will Soar

The Land Use Committee of the Board of Supervisors will hold a hearing on legislation which will let landlords who create Tics through the Ellis Act automatically become condominium subdivisions—without having to follow the city's condo conversion law. In addition to increasing the rate of Ellis evictions, the legislation will provide a simple way for landlords to repeal rent control from buildings by use state law exempting condominiums from rent control. Dufty & Alioto-Pier also seek to exempt Tics from eviction protections designed to limit the evictions of senior, disabled, or catastrophically ill tenants. Their legislation will encourage the use of the Ellis Act to create more Tics and condominiums. read more: http://www.indybay.org/news/2005/03/1730059.php
Added to the calendar on Monday Mar 28th, 2005 12:57 PM
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