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CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS FOLLOWING NO FAULT EVICTIONS

If an owner terminated a tenancy pursuant to an owner/relative move-in (O.M.C. 8.22.360.A.8 or A.9) or for repairs (8.22.360.A.10), then the owner must prepare and file with the Rent Adjustment Program:

For Owner/Relative Move-In (8.22.360.A.8 or A.9)

1. a Certificate of No-Fault Eviction (Form NFE-01) within 30 days after the tenant leaves the unit following (1) a notice terminating tenancy for owner or relative move-in, or (2) other communication stating the owner’s intent to recover the unit for owner or relative move-in. The filing requirement applies even if the tenant vacated voluntarily following a communication that the owner intends to recover the unit under one these grounds.

2. a Certificate Upon Occupancy (Form NFE-02) within 30 days of initial occupancy by the owner or qualifying relative.

3. a Continued Occupancy Certificate (Form NFE-03) every 12 months after initial occupancy for 3 years (i.e. file a certificate within 12 months, 24 months, and 36 months after initial occupancy).

4. a Certificate Upon Re-Rental (Form NFE-04) if the owner offers the unit for re-rental

For Repairs (8.22.360.A.10)

1. an Initial Certificate (Form NFE-01) within 30 days after the tenant leaves the unit following (1) a notice terminating tenancy for eviction for repairs or (2) other communication stating the owner’s intent to seek recovery of the unit for repairs.

2. a Certificate Upon Re-Rental (Form NFE-04) if the owner offers the unit for re-rental.