Ask a Tenant Attorney is your chance to learn how to survive as a tenant in San Francisco. Each month Tenant’s Rights Attorney Daniel Wayne addresses a different issue for residential tenants. For more information about Daniel and his firm, check out his website at www.wayne-law.com. Have a suggestion for a landlord-tenant topic you want Daniel
The artists fight back in the mission with a pr barrage against a landlord who wants to evict educators, artists, Latinx seniors & persons with disabilities
Landlord Leonard Lew, 84, and his daughter, Sabrina Elizabeth Lew, 30, went to their Mill Valley rental complex to talk with 71-year old Victor Aurelino Lugo about his pending eviction. At around 3:44 p.m., dispatchers received a 9-1-1 call from a resident at 939 E. Blithedale reporting that two people
We sat down for an interview with Anne Kihagi, who has been dubbed “San Francisco’s Cruelest Landlord” in the local media. Kihagi has been in the headlines for being slapped with a $3.5 million wrongful eviction fine reported as the “largest [ever] in a single-unit landlord-tenant case not involving personal
I just got this press release today and figured I’d share it with you all. A few years ago Morgan Fitzgibbons and I talked about doing a Funeral for San Francisco to protest all the shady shit the greed mongers had done to this town, but we got sidetracked by
The artists at Workspace Limited Art Studios have been priced out after 13 years. Yet another creative space for working artists has been sold to the highest bidder in the Mission. In the words of the Cultural Space Coalition: “Sadly, this update announces that Sharon and Flora’s studio building is CLOSING! Unfortunately,
Hearing that Paul Madonna faced eviction after drawing SF in such a beautiful light for so many years and inspiring the bright-eyed optimists, it seemed like a bold betrayal. Maybe it was true. The city’s soul had been gobbled up by the heartless tech-fueled robot.
Guest Post by David Bogachik, Project Dialogue for Life Must you step over an ailing body to protect your property, Mr. Owens? Are you content with the cruel actions of your lawyers? There is a real and frightening possibility that a 100-year-old African American woman could die as a result of