Use this form to file a petition with the Rent Adjustment Program. This form includes the required Notice to Property Owners of Tenant Petition and Proof of Service.
This document is a stand-alone Notice to Property Owners of Tenant Petition. This notice is already included in the Tenant Petition form.
Use this form to file a tenant response to an owner petition for rent increases. This form already includes the required Proof of Service.
Use this form to file a tenant response to an owner petition for exemption from the Rent Adjustment Program. This form already includes the required Proof of Service.
Use this form to file a tenant response to an owner petition for extension of time for vacancy. This form already includes the required Proof of Service.
Property owners and tenants may use this form to petition the Rent Adjustment Program for a hearing to address a tenant's claim of "protected status" as elderly, disabled, or catastrophically ill for the purposes of protection under the Just Cause for Eviction Ordinance.
Property owners and tenants may use this form to respond to the Petition for Determination of Tenant Protected Status form that was filed by the tenant or property owner of their rental unit.
Use this form to appeal a hearing decision for the Rent Adjustment Program.
This document is a stand-alone Proof of Service that can be used to serve any other RAP document that does not already include a Proof of Service.
A request for a change of the date of hearing or mediation must be submitted on this form as early as possible. You must sign this request. Documentation verifying the reason for the request must be attached to this form.
Tenants may request to dismiss their petition if they move residences, if they'd wish to. Property Owners may also request to dismiss their petition if they'd wish to.
Under the Rent Adjustment Ordinance, property owners must give tenants a copy of the Notice of the Rent Adjustment Program (“The RAP Notice”) (1) at the commencement of a tenancy and are required to give it in three languages English, Spanish, and Chinese, AND (2) with every notice of rent increase (O.M.C 8.22.060, Rent Adjustment Ordinance Implementing Regulation 8.22.060.)
Under the Tenant Protections Ordinance (TPO), property owners of buildings with at least one interior common area accessible by all the tenants must post the RAP Notice in at least one such common area per building (O.M.C. 8.22.640.E.)
The Tenant Protection Ordinance requires Owners to post a notice of the TPO in rental units in an inside common area of their building. The notice must use the form provided below.
Tenants and property owners can use this form to request copies of case documents.
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