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Justin Goodman Featured in SF Apartment Magazine Legal Q&A for January 2018

Justin Goodman was featured in the Legal Q&A for the January 2018 issue of SF Apartment Magazine – the official publication of the San Francisco Apartment Association.

Justin discussed San Francisco’s recent “ISP anti-monopoly” ordinance (titled “Occupant’s Right To Choose a Communications Services Provider”), explaining the ISP’s obligations in complying with the law while seeking access to a building, as well as an owner’s rights and duties in allowing (or lawfully refusing) access.


SFAA is dedicated to educating, advocating for, and supporting the rental housing community so that its members operate ethically, fairly, and profitably. SFAA’s is a trade association whose main focus is to support rental owners by offering a wide variety of benefits that address all aspects of rental housing industry.

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Justin Goodman Featured in SF Apartment Magazine Legal Q&A for November 2017

Justin Goodman was featured in the Legal Q&A for the November 2017 issue of SF Apartment Magazine – the official publication of the San Francisco Apartment Association.

Justin engaged an interesting issue about a tenant violating a lease provision concerning their parking space – one that called for forfeiture of the space – in the context of San Francisco’s prohibition against severing housing services without “just cause” and in the context of case law preventing evictions other than for violations of “material” lease terms.


SFAA is dedicated to educating, advocating for, and supporting the rental housing community so that its members operate ethically, fairly, and profitably. SFAA’s is a trade association whose main focus is to support rental owners by offering a wide variety of benefits that address all aspects of rental housing industry.

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Justin Goodman Featured in SF Apartment Magazine Legal Q&A for September 2017

Justin Goodman was featured in the Legal Q&A for the September 2017 issue of SF Apartment Magazine – the official publication of the San Francisco Apartment Association.

Justin discussed the ability of a landlord to prohibit tenants from posting signs that had the effect of driving away prospective renters, in the context of San Francisco’s Planning Code and the First Amendment.


SFAA is dedicated to educating, advocating for, and supporting the rental housing community so that its members operate ethically, fairly, and profitably. SFAA’s is a trade association whose main focus is to support rental owners by offering a wide variety of benefits that address all aspects of rental housing industry.

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Justin Goodman Featured in SF Apartment Magazine Legal Q&A for June 2017

Justin Goodman was featured in the Q&A for the June 2017 issue of SF Apartment Magazine – the official publication of the San Francisco Apartment Association.

Justin discussed recent changes to the San Francisco Fire Code, requiring property owners to provide notifications, disclosures and on-site floor plan displays to facilitate fire safety for multi-unit housing. Justin addressed concerns relating to Costa-Hawkins waiver issues, where landlords are required to provide information to “residents” (as opposed to, e.g., “master-tenants”).

SFAA is dedicated to educating, advocating for, and supporting the rental housing community so that its members operate ethically, fairly, and profitably. SFAA’s is a trade association whose main focus is to support rental owners by offering a wide variety of benefits that address all aspects of rental housing industry.

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