““Marcos Segura, an eviction defense lawyer with the nonprofit Central California Legal Services,said a relatively small minority of his clients in the Central Valley are evicted without cause. Most of the time, landlords accuse them of not paying rent or otherwise breaking the lease.
“But he says ‘just cause’ protections could prove beneficial in preventing landlord retaliation. When landlords do evict tenants without cause, he says, it’s often because tenants have been complaining about shabby living conditions.
“’If you take that option away from landlords, where they can serve no-cause eviction notices, in those cases it would make all the difference in the world,’ Segura said.”
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