Municipal Ordinance Permits Attorney Fee Award Only In Limited Proceedings


In Woodland Part Management LLC v. City of East Palo Alto Rent Stabilization Board, 2010 DJDAR 1801 (2010) the Court of Appeal for the First Appellate district decided a unique fee case arising under the City of Palo Alto’s Rent Stabilization and Control Ordinance (hereinafter “the Ordinance”).

Woodland Part Management LLC (Woodland) was a real property management company. Woodland managed rental properties in the City of East Palo Alto. Rental properties in that city are regulated by a rent stabilization Ordinance.

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