Tenderloin Housing Clinic offers legal representation to former tenants of the Sequoia hotel who are interested in moving back in once renovation is complete.
Category: Eviction Defense
Tenderloin Housing Clinic has provided eviction defense services since our founding in 1980. For over a decade, we provided the in-pro per eviction assistance citywide that is now performed by the Eviction Defense Collaborative. THC has been the leading provider of Ellis Act eviction defense in San Francisco.
THC Protects Chinatown Tenants
THC successfully stopped the eviction of tenants from 959 Powell/8 Wetmore Streets.
First District Rules for Tenant on City’s Rent Ordinance
THC defends a tenant displaced by the 1989 earthquake and wins the case in a First District Court of Appeal, arguing that the landlord failed to offer the apartment back to the tenant following necessary repairs.
Evicting Judges From The Rental Business
A governor’s race tackles the issue of the governor’s power to make judicial appointments that will shape housing policy and land use laws.
Evictions for Profit
Tenderloin Housing Clinic brings attention to the increasing number of owner-move in evictions despite the lack of media coverage and inadequate legislative action.
Willie Brown Strikes Out With Tenants
Mayor Brown vowed to break the legislative obstacles to stronger rent control, but after the election its clear this was not his intention.
New Stance on Evictions
Mayor Brown and Supervisors promised to back eviction legislation, but those promises seemed to be lies as all three claim to have had “problems” with the provisions after not backing the legislation.
Phillips Hotel Tenants Sue Landlord, Former Police Chief Over Evictions
THC helps Phillips Hotel tenants sue their landlord and former police chief over wrongful evictions.
Supervisors Take a Stand on Senior Evictions
Legislation is introduced that aims at stopping rental laws from being misused, which causes residents and seniors to be evicted from their homes.
Dear Geezer: You’re Outta Here
Seniors look back to Willie Brown to fulfill his promises to protect their housing.