Other no fault eviction notices by type by year since 1997
The remaining set of no fault eviction notices have a temporary effect on the supply of rent controlled units or are subject to owner preferences. Capital improvements and lead remediation notices result in the temporary dislocation of the tenant, who is provided with relocation assistance for the dislocation and allowed to move back into the unit once the improvements are complete. Substantial rehabilitation does not require compensation and likely results in a different tenant. Good Samaritan notices are designed to be temporary due to disasters or unexpected events. And owner who rents a room within their own residence, “Roommate living in same unit”, can evict their roommate without cause. Note that an evicti
Source: San Francisco Rent Board
Notes: Please check the source data to verify its recency and frequency of publishing.