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Beware of Landlord-Tenant Restrictions on Your Service Program

February 01, 2005

A lawsuit pending in Los Angeles Superior Court, brought by the California Public Interest Research Group and the Congress for California Seniors, alleges that certain admission fees charged by independent living and assisted living providers violate a California law limiting the amounts landlords can charge residential tenants. The Complaint, which originally named over 150 defendants operating over 30,000 units, seeks recovery of all admission fees paid by independent and assisted living residents from 2000 to the present, and seeks an injunction preventing the collection of all such fees in the future.

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