If the banned non-resident comes on the housing development with a resident who has received notice of the person being banned, the resident will receive a lease violation.
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As a tenant, you have the right to have your grievances heard. All grievances under the lease shall be processed and attempted to be resolved. All residents are provided a reasonable opportunity, prior to hearing or trial, to examine any relevant documents, records, or regulations directly related to the adverse action. For more information, the grievance procedure is posted in the Management office.
Inspections of units will be conducted during:
Entry of premises notices
The LACDA reserves the right to enter the unit, under the following conditions:
It is a violation of the Lease Agreement for the resident to refuse to allow entry to the unit.
Repeated failed inspections, or damages to the unit beyond normal wear and tear, may constitute serious or repeated lease violations.
A written approval is required for a non-resident who occupies the unit over 10 consecutive days, or a total of 14 days within a 12-month period.
The LACDA requires residents to give a 30-day notice of intent to vacate when moving out.
The LACDA has the right to terminate your lease for violations against our policy. Termination by the LACDA will be executed if:
An LEP applicant or resident is entitled to language assistance with respect to the LACDA programs and activities. Staff will provide language assistance to LEP applicants and residents who have difficulty communicating in English, identifying themselves as LEP, or who request language assistance. The LACDA will undertake reasonable efforts to provide or arrange free language assistance for its LEP Public Housing applicants or residents as well as the general public.
Types of Language Assistance
Any vehicle that is parked in a LACDA resident parking lot or garage must have a current, valid, parking sticker issued to the vehicle in question by the LACDA. If your vehicle does not have a valid current parking sticker issued by the LACDA and is found parked in the resident parking lot or garages, it will be towed away at the vehicle owner’s expense.
All common household pets must be approved in advance by the LACDA. In family housing, residents are not permitted to have more than one dog and one cat. In senior housing, residents are not permitted to have more than two common household pets. Of this total, residents are not permitted to have more than one dog.
Residents who have been approved to have a pet must enter into a Pet Agreement-Addendum to Lease Agreement.
|Type of Pet||Maximum Number||Senior Housing||Family Housing|
|Fish||Aquarium Size:||10 gallons||10 gallons|
The LACDA is a public housing agency that provides subsidized low rent housing to eligible families, elderly, and disabled households. The LACDA does not discriminate against applicants or residents on the basis of their disability. Under applicable law, the LACDA provides reasonable accommodations to public housing and affordable housing applicants and residents if they or any household member(s) have a disability and if the reasonable accommodation or reasonable modification is necessary to provide an equal opportunity to use and enjoy their housing.
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These type of transfers take priority.
These type of transfers are a lower priority than emergency/ADA transfers.
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