San Francisco City Attorney’s Office announces settlement with CitiApartments 

CitiApartments, one of the largest residential property managers in San Francisco, could face up to $10 million in penalties under a settlement a judge approved, according to the San Francisco City Attorney’s Office.

San Francisco sued the rental company and its individual affiliates in August 2006, alleging unlawful business practices and harassment of tenants, according to the office.

The settlement puts into a place a number of injunctions and penalties, according to a press release from the City Attorney’s Office. The penalties could be up to $10 million, but are dependent on the financial situation of the companies, according to the press release.

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