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A married couple who rented out their house accuse Oakland, Calif.,  in a federal complaint of having passed a law that “retroactively, illegally, and unconstitutionally requires rental property owners to pay thousands of dollars in ‘relocation’ payments to tenants before the owners can repossess the property for their own use.”

OAKLAND, Calif. — A married couple who rented out their house accuse Oakland, Calif.,  in a federal complaint of having passed a law that “retroactively, illegally, and unconstitutionally requires rental property owners to pay thousands of dollars in ‘relocation’ payments to tenants before the owners can repossess the property for their own use.”

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