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It seems that lawmakers and regulators got together to protect the rights of tenants, but no concerted effort was made to protect good landlords from bad tenants. That's the domain of Bornstein Law.
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IN FOCUS: OAKLAND
As proud East Bay residents, we have been elated to witness Oakland's growth and emergence as a formidable city in the Bay Area. In the same breath, we have been alarmed that the needle of progress is moving in the wrong direction with more stringent rent control measures, most recently the nixing of rent control exemptions for owner-occupied duplexes and triplexes.
Hayward Rent Stabilization and Tenant Protection Ordinance appears imminent
Although Hayward has enacted an emergency just cause eviction ordinance, a more permanent measure has taken shape. The RRSO has survived its first reading, with the second reading to occur on June 25. It will likely be passed and thereafter, the law will go into effect July 25.
Security deposit deduction guide and defining "normal wear and tear"
Mr. Bornstein helped me with a difficult tenant situation recently and was thoroughly forthright and effective. As an added plus, he seemed extremely scrupulous about avoiding needless "billable hours." I am elated at having been referred to him.
Bornstein Law in the media
We are heavy consumers of Bay Area housing news, and every now and then, we are interjected into the stories we read.
Numerous outlets have called upon us to provide a counter-narrative to the chorus of tenant advocates and offer a fresh perspective through the lens of property owners.
San Francisco's Community Opportunity to Purchase Act (COPA)
Under the newly minted Community Right to Purchase Act (COPA), qualified nonprofits providing affordable housing in San Francisco will be granted the right of first offer and right of first refusal on multi-unit buildings for sale. Read the ordinance here ›
COPA applies to privately-owned buildings with three or more units, as well as privately-owned property on which three or more units could be built.