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Under D.C. law, tenants have basic protections when the buildings they live in are put up for sale. But some landlords have taken advantage of loopholes that allow sales to move forward while sidestepping those tenant protections. Kojo explores what’s at stake in an ongoing legal debate over tenant’s rights.
- Aaron Wiener Housing Complex Columnist, Washington City Paper
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