What is a Just Cause Eviction?

A Just Cause Eviction is a Tenant Protection afforded after 12 months of tenancy.  Owners and landlords must comply with the Just Cause parameters outlined in Ordinance No. 20-03 (Sections 8-120 and 8-121).  There are two types of Just Cause Evictions: “At Fault” and “No Fault.”  In the event of a no-fault eviction, relocation assistance is due to the tenant (See Ordinance No. 20-03 – Section 8-123).  

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1. When did the permanent ordinance become effective?
2. What is the rent cap for the City of Inglewood?
3. How long will the current rental cap laws be in effect?
4. How do I know which rental law governs my residential property type?
5. How do I know which Just Cause Eviction law governs my property type?
6. What notification are owners of exempt properties (i.e. Single Family Homes/Condos, Owner-Occupied Duplexes) required to provide their tenants?
7. What is a Just Cause Eviction?