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Habitability, Retaliation, SLAPP, & Other Considerations

Recorded on: Mar. 8, 2018
Running Time: 01:00:55

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Taken from the Web Program California Eviction Defense 2.0: Beyond the Basics of Protecting Low-Income Tenants 2018 held March 2018 in San Francisco

Habitability, Retaliation, SLAPP, & Other Considerations [01:00:55]

Tenants with substantive defenses nevertheless face challenges enforcing the law. When should tenants invoke affirmative defenses?  What special statutes apply?  When may attorney fees be awarded?  When should an affirmative suit be considered? This panel will address substantive rights of tenants facing eviction.

Denise McGranahan, Deepika Sharma

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  • Sample Reasonable Accommodation Letter (2)—Unlawful Detainer Case
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  • Sample Reasonable Accommodation Letter (3)—Unlawful Detainer Case
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  • Sample Notice of Motion and Motion to Strike Portions of Plaintiffs’ Complaint for Unlawful Detainer Pursuant to CCP § 425.16 (Anti-SLAPP); Memorandum of Points and Authorities, Declaration
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  • Sample Unlawful Detainer Stipulation and Judgment
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Presentation Material

  • Affirmative Defenses and Affirmative Tenant Litigation (PowerPoint slides)
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  • Habitability, Retaliation, SLAPP & Other Considerations (PowerPoint slides)
    Denise McGranahan
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Denise McGranahan ~ Senior Attorney, Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles
Deepika Sharma ~ Senior Staff Attorney, Public Counsel
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