Updated December 24 2016
“Certainly tenants who are white at the property, and the non-Blacks, have the use and benefit of intercom and parking stall, and certainly those tenants reasonably and justifiably place significant and substantial importance on such housing services since they signed the lease and pay over $1700 per month for such housing services. I can hear the voices of those now long dead Blacks in Alabama, ‘Oh, Mister Charlie, I just want me an Intercom boss, and some maintenance, and maybe a parking spot for my car, I am on my knees begging you boss.’ And the white plantation owner smiles down on the Darky and whips him for daring to ask a question. Well what year was that? 2015? The plantation owner continues, ‘And don’t even think of going to court, Boy, cause we gonna lynch you before you get there!’
Taken from “How does a Ham-Jew-DNA-Kushite Black American qualify for intercom?” Click here to see page
Have whites signed away their rights by living at 1522 Hi Point Apartments? What are tenant rights at 1522 Hi Point St Apartments  under state civil code 1940.4?
“1940.4. (a)Except as provided in subdivision(c),a landlord shall not prohibit a tenant from posting or displaying political signs relating to any of the following:
(1) An election or legislative vote, including an election of a candidate to public office.
(2) The initiative, referendum, or recall process.
(3) Issues that are before a public commission, public board, or elected local body for a vote.
(b) Political signs may be posted or displayed in the window or on the door of the premises leased by the tenant in a multifamily dwelling, or from the yard, window, door, balcony, or outside wall of the premises leased by a tenant of a single-family dwelling.
(c) A landlord may prohibit a tenant from posting or displaying political signs in the following circumstances:
(1) The political sign is more than six square feet in size.
(2) The posting or displaying would violate a local, state, or federal law.
(3) The posting or displaying would violate a lawful provision in a common interest development governing a document that satisfies the criteria of Section 1353.6. “
What does Abady Holdings and Hi Point Apts, LLC and LB Property Management Inc. say about tenant rights under civil code 1940.4? The “house rules” presumably distributed to [white] tenants states in 2015:
“Rule 10: No rugs, towels, clothing, linens, banners, posters, or flyers shall be hung form the building or balconies or displayed on windows or doors”
“Please follow the above rules to help maintain a peaceful, safe & pleasant environment for yourself & your neighbors and please inform the manager if you witness them being broken.”
Does this mean the owner has just enlisted you as a [white] tenant to violate other [Black] tenants rights under civil code 1940.4? When you signed your rent agreement, did the owner tell you that he threatened a Black tenant with eviction for exercising his rights under civil code 1940.4? Did he tell you he did not give the Black tenant any evidence of the flyers he claimed were posted?
Apparently LB Property Management, Inc’s practice is that the Black man is not entitled to fair housing. Apparently LB Property Management does not comprehend the English of state law civil code 1940.4.
California Penal code:
484b. Any person who receives money for the purpose of obtaining or paying for services, labor, materials or equipment and willfully fails to apply such money for such purpose by either willfully failing to complete the improvements for which funds were provided or willfully failing to pay for services, labor, materials or equipment provided incident to such construction, and wrongfully diverts the funds to a use other than that for which the funds were received, shall be guilty of a public offense and shall be punishable by a fine not exceeding ten thousand dollars ($10,000), or by imprisonment in a county jail not exceeding one year, or by imprisonment pursuant to subdivision (h) of Section 1170, or by both that fine and that imprisonment if the amount diverted is in excess of two thousand three hundred fifty dollars ($2,350). If the amount diverted is less than or equal to two thousand three hundred fifty dollars ($2,350), the person shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.
484. (a) Every person who shall feloniously steal, take, carry, lead, or drive away the personal property of another, or who shall fraudulently appropriate property which has been entrusted to him or her, or who shall knowingly and designedly, by any false or fraudulent representation or pretense, defraud any other person of money, labor or real or personal property, or who causes or procures others to report falsely of his or her wealth or mercantile character and by thus imposing upon any person, obtains credit and thereby fraudulently gets or obtains possession of money, or property or obtains the labor or service of another, is guilty of theft.
CALIFORNIA CIVIL CODE 1940.2 [excerpted]
(a) It is unlawful for a landlord to do any of the following for the purpose of influencing a tenant to vacate a dwelling:
(1) Engage in conduct that violates subdivision (a) of Section 484 of the Penal Code.
(2) Engage in conduct that violates Section 518 of the Penal Code.
(3) Use, or threaten to use, force, willful threats, or menacing conduct constituting a course of conduct that interferes with the tenant’s quiet enjoyment of the premises in violation of Section 1927 that would create an apprehension of harm in a reasonable person. Nothing in this paragraph requires a tenant to be actually or constructively evicted in order to obtain relief.
(4) Commit a significant and intentional violation of Section 1954.
(b) A tenant who prevails in a civil action, including an action in small claims court, to enforce his or her rights under this section is entitled to a civil penalty in an amount not to exceed two thousand dollars ($2,000) for each violation.
A white tenant has a wreath posted on their door and does not face eviction. But as soon as a Black exercises his right to post flyers, he faces eviction. Can you say “racial discrimination foments social unrest?”
KKK Racists Among Us: LBPM Robert Lopata, Gregg Bernstein, Brandon Stein, Brian Theobald, Ccam, Salle Yerumyan, Greg De Rubeis,; Hi Point Apts, LLC, Walter Barratt, Cliff Renfrew, City of Los Angeles, County of Los Angeles, Williams Real Estate Advisors, Inc. Armida olguin-Flores, Barbara Brascia, Alan Chen, State of California, Richard Brinson, Charles Garcia, State Department of Fair Employment and Housing, Ravi Rangi, Mimi Infantino, Karina Arabolza, Gloria Morales, Kevin Kish, Contractors State License Board, Cynthia Moore, Cindi A. Christenson, State Labor Commissioner, Daniel Garza, Christine Baker; Mayor Eric Garcetti. In a lawsuit naming the City of Los Angeles government as defendant, the city has admitted that the above named have a pattern and practice of housing discrimination against Black tenants.