My question involves landlord-tenant law in the State of: California
This is a portion of an ad I saw on Craigslist today:
"Large 335 sf, with private bathroom room for rent. It's build like a mini studio style with private entrance and exit but without kitchen and laundry space, and It's for single person with no drinking, Drugs, or smoking and no pets. The room is separated from the main house"
1. Can a landlord ban legal drinking in a unit a tenant is renting?
2. If a person moved in, and the landlord spotted the person drinking a beer through a window or if the person answered the door holding a beer, what would a judge most likely do in the event the landlord tried to evict the tenant solely based the tenant's drinking of alcohol? Lets assume the tenant is old enough to legally drink and a "no drinking of alcohol in the unit" rule was added to the lease or rental agreement. Lets also assume the tenant has not caused any problems, and neither has his drinking. And since the room is separate from the house I don't think it would be the same legally as renting a room inside the house.
Thx for any input