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I am sorry to hear this.
Which town and State are you in?
What did the letter say?
At least the recent eviction letter although it may be helpful to see the other letter. You can post them here as attachments or email them to [email protected]
I still need to know which town this is in, as there are a lot of local landlord tenant ordinances in California.
WHat are the dates of the two letters?
The second letter functioned to supersede the first letter so I am sorry but it looks like you have gotten a valid notice to quit, which is not required to state any reason for terminating a tenancy.
I am sorry this is probably not the answer you had hoped for, but it would be unfair to you, and unprofessional of me, not to provide accurate information.
I hope this information is helpful.
No, that does not affect your rights under the Ellis Act or the Los Angeles ordinances.
Did you make a complaint about the habitability of the unit before you got the notices? Or at leats before you got the most recent notice?
You may have a defense based on retaliatory eviction, or possibly discrimination based on your last post.
You can get a free consultation from some of the local attorneys listed here.
I think you should go over the facts and documents with a local attorney before you decide how to handle the situation.
You will have better idea of whether or not you can prove retaliation and if you can you cannot be evicted for at least another 180 days.
I am not sure what you mean by the difference in rent rate. Roseville does not have rent control.
Yes you can be evicted faster if you smoke on the porch, they can serve a 3 day notice instead of the 60 days you received. We are not done until you are satisfied. But I have got to get to sleep. I'll be back after 5 p.m.