Tenderloin Housing Clinic offers legal representation to former tenants of the Sequoia hotel who are interested in moving back in once renovation is complete.
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Memo to: All former tenants of the Sequoia Hotel
From: Randy Shaw, Attorney of the Tenderloin Housing Clinic
Date: May 29, 1987
Regarding: Action to regain occupancy at the Sequoia or be compensated for eviction.
This is to notify you that our office has agreed to represent former tenants of the Sequoia Hotel who are interested in moving back into the hotel when it is again ready for occupancy. I spoke with Adam Sparks this week and he stated that he is eager to reopen the hotel and will “follow the law” regarding his obligation to re-rent to returning tenants. I told him we would sue him if he did not allow former residents to return.
Sparks does not know when the renovation will be completed. Until it is completed and the hotel ready for re-occupancy, there is nothing we can do. I will contact you as developments occur.
Attorney at Law