Government Notice to Vacate Due To Substandard Conditions Does Not Terminate Lease
A property deemed “substandard” under the State Housing Law does not affect a tenant’s rights under the tenancy. Thus, where the enforcing agency posts a code enforcement notice—or “red-tag”—requiring that the property be vacated due to its “substandard” condition, the tenancy survives the red-tagging and the lease is not terminated. (Erlach v. Sierra Asset Servicing (2014) 226 CA4th 1281)
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June 22, 2015 | Landlord-Tenant Law | Share This