Recording an Owner-Occupancy Eviction

There are a number of specific conditions that must be met for a property owner to use owner occupancy as Just Cause for evicting a tenant.  One condition that must be met post Proposition G (which went into effect Nov 1998) is that, for an owner-occupancy eviction to be valid, the occupying owners must record in the San Francisco County Records a document that designates that the unit has an owner-occupancy eviction and any restrictions related to it. This information becomes a part of the units official title report and may effect the property’s valuation as well as its marketability.