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Can a tenant refuse a landlord entry or access to their unit? Tenants cannot unreasonably deny a landlord entry into their apartment. If a tenant unreasonably refuses to give the landlord access to the unit, the landlord could use continual refusal as a basis to attempt to evict the tenant.
What Can Happen If a Landlord Enters Without Notice The tenant can call the police. ... The tenant can potentially sue you for invasion of privacy or harassment. ... The tenant can potentially sue for breach of lease.
Landlord harassment is illegal in California. California Civil Code Section 1940.2 specifically forbids a landlord to force a tenant out of their home by: Displaying \u201cforceful, threatening, willful, or menacing conduct\u201d towards you or your guests.
Your landlord must make urgent repairs, like those just mentioned, quickly. Non-urgent defects that do not put your health and safety at risk should be made within 30 days.
Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress: In cases of particularly outrageous conduct, a tenant may sue a landlord in tort for intentional infliction of emotional distress.

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Your rights as a tenant in California include: The right to information (about mold, utilities, etc.) The right to make claims in small claims court. Rent control. The right to habitable premises.
Situations that may be held to affect a tenant's health can include lead paint, mold, unsanitary conditions, improper ventilation, a gas or sewage leak, pest infestations and bacteria causing illness such as Legionnaire's Disease.
The kinds of retaliatory acts covered by California law include terminating a tenancy or filing an eviction lawsuit; increasing the rent; or decreasing services, such as locking the laundry room. California state law presumes retaliation if the landlord acts in these types of negative ways within 180 days of the date ...
Situations that may be held to affect a tenant's health can include lead paint, mold, unsanitary conditions, improper ventilation, a gas or sewage leak, pest infestations and bacteria causing illness such as Legionnaire's Disease.
The 2019 passage of California Senate Bill No. 644 prohibits landlords from charging active duty military security deposits exceeding the amount of one month's rent for an unfurnished apartment and two months' rent for furnished apartments.

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