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City Hall seizes abusive landlord’s rent payments

Judge cited landlord’s “persistent pattern of bad faith harassment, retaliation, and fraud” In May of 2017 a judge ruled against San Francisco landlord Anne Kihagi in a suit by the city alleging abuse of tenants and imposing $5.5 million in fees. The question of how the city will collect from the notably intransigent Kihagi (also known as Anna Kihagi and Anne Swain) is now answered: According to a letter sent to the tenants of Kihagi’s seven buildings from the City Attorney Dennis Herrera’s office, they will now make their monthly rent checks payable to City Hall.
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