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Old 05-03-2011, 12:08 AM
 
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Hello everyone, im new to this and saw i can get very good help to my huge question. here it goes, i live in an apt complex of only 6 apts in south los angeles and has been paying only $400 for quiet a bit. Yes cheap i know! but now we have a new landlord who is fixing some inspection problems and has told us the new rent for next month would be $725 which i think its crazy because thats almost twice as much!!! So i would like to know if thats LEGAL ! Can he do that? Please, Please help me!!!!!!!! Thx
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Old 05-03-2011, 08:47 AM
 
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Hello everyone, im new to this and saw i can get very good help to my huge question. here it goes, i live in an apt complex of only 6 apts in south los angeles and has been paying only $400 for quiet a bit. Yes cheap i know! but now we have a new landlord who is fixing some inspection problems and has told us the new rent for next month would be $725 which i think its crazy because thats almost twice as much!!! So i would like to know if thats LEGAL ! Can he do that? Please, Please help me!!!!!!!! Thx
Depends if you live in an area that is county controlled, City of Los Angeles, or some other city.

If its City of Los Angeles, there may be rent control issues. If not, yeah, it might be legal.
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Old 05-03-2011, 03:12 PM
 
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Contact your city council representative's office. They should have someone on staff who's familiar with housing issues, or at least be able to refer you to someone who is.
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