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LA considers making it harder for landlords to evict tenants from newer buildings

City leaders are moving toward protecting tenants who don’t live in rent-controlled units In Los Angeles, a city with one of the lowest rates of homeownership in the nation, landlords may soon have a harder time evicting renters from newer buildings. Under the city’s Rent Stabilization Ordinance, building owners must have “just cause” for evicting a tenant and be able to prove that the renter is at-fault.
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