The Tenderloin Housing Clinic law office represents low-income tenants in San Francisco in most aspects of landlord-tenant and housing law. THC law clients are typically seniors, individuals with disabilities and minority and immigrant families. THC attorneys represent tenants in Ellis Act evictions, Own/Relative Move-In Evictions, affirmative lawsuits for habitability, harassment and wrongful eviction, and to address illegal conversion of residential hotels and apartments to tourist rentals. THC's attorneys are some of the most experienced and well-respected attorneys in San Francisco, with decades of experience representing low-income tenants. The law office also provides limited free legal counseling to tenants.
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Free legal services for qualified participants.
English, Spanish, Cantonese, Mandarin. Interpretation services provided as necessary.
What to Bring:
Rental Agreement and/or lease and notices received (60-Day or 120-Day Notice of Termination, Notice of Intent, Notice to Quit, etc.). Optional: Proof of Protected Status (proof of age or disability), and/or Proof of Income (Tax Return, pay check stubs, bank statement)..
No wheelchair access. Reasonable attempts to provide accommodations will be provided as needed.
San Francisco tenants facing landlord-tenant and housing issues.