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Maxmillian

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Here in Oregon the legislature recently passed measures  ending no cause evictions and instituting rent controls   Raising   rents now  requires a 90 day notice. Tenants use the service or companion dog  gambit to force their way in and not have to pay a deposit .The politicians created the  housing shortage and now are making the landlords the scapegoat .
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LLinVA

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How did politicians create a shortage?

How does a service dog get them out of the whole deposit? Wouldn't that just give them an exemption to a pet deposit? How does that let them "force their way in"?

Is a no-cause eviction the same as a lease terminating? 
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And your question is what?
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