The problems with my landlady started on May with bedbugs, I paid the landlady $5,000.00 for the pest control company in good faith to avoid eviction, there were other problems with my landlady not allowing me to use of the common storage area besides the fact I pay 1/2 for all utilities, water and garbage, the bedbugs were back on her room in November and now in December she gave me the legal papers for termination of tenancy, I need help to sue my landlady for wrongful eviction.
Landlords cannot serve 60-day "no fault" eviction notices in San Francisco. I would suggest you not tell her that and just let her try to evict you if there is an attorneys fees clause in your lease and you would qualify for a fee waiver. If those two things are not true the you might want to just tell he . However that would probably just start her scheming on a "just cause" notice to serve you. If she does sue you you should get a lawyer or go to the eviction defense collaborative immediately.
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