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PropositionN
TitleCondominiums
Date11/5/1991
Vote CountYes: 57,874 / No: 115,642
Percentage of votesYes: 33.3% / No: 66.6%
Percentage of votes required to pass50%+1
Pass or FailF
How it was placed on the ballotSupervisors
KindOrdinance
DescriptionShall the City law that limits the type of buildings and number of units (200 annually) eligible for condominium conversion be amended to create a parallel procedure that makes all residential rental buildings eligible for conversion with no annual limit, and without regard to certain other restrictions in current law, if at least 51% of the tenants give written approval, the building owner provides for 90%financing, the tenant is offered first chance to by the unit at 75% of market value, and certain other conditions are met?
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