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Landlords

A California appeals court affirmed “substantial penalties” against “extremely uncooperative” landlords who were found in the case San Francisco v. Anne Kihagi to have harassed their tenants, violated state laws and “violated at least 10 court orders."

SAN FRANCISCO — A California appeals court affirmed “substantial penalties” against “extremely uncooperative” landlords who were found in the case San Francisco v. Anne Kihagi to have harassed their tenants, violated state laws and “violated at least 10 court orders."

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