Even redemptions worth tens of thousands of dollars can be reimbursed by an owner who retains the property and resells it at market prices or sells the unit. Unlike no-fault evictions, these acquisitions are unregulated and can allow owners to circumvent many of the restrictions in place when a homeowner performs a flawless evacuation. For example, a landlord who performs certain types of innocent evictions must give tenants some moving time, make funds available to tenants to cover moving expenses, and allow tenants to return to the unit in certain circumstances. Two types of these no-fault evictions — the Ellis Act and landlord evictions — limit the amount of rent a landlord can claim if units are re-leased after evacuation. There are no similar rules for tenant purchases. .
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