New Requirements for San Francisco Apartment Building Fire Alarm Systems By Eric Hagerman

In 2017, the San Francisco board of Supervisors adopted Ordinance 1103.7.6.1 which will require all multi-unit buildings in San Francisco that currently have a fire alarm system to have that system upgraded to include additional equipment. This article is intended to convey as much information and insight as possible. Ordinance 1103.7.6.1 hit like an earthquake…

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Legal Q &A by Richard Beckman

Question 1: Other than AB 3088, which you covered in your online seminar in September, are there any new laws for 2021 that landlords should know about? Answer 1:  Apparently, the California legislature and Governor Newsom were as distracted by the pandemic as the rest of us, and, other than AB 3088, passed no laws…

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What if America Tried Capitalism?

The below was written by Bill Bonner, a contributing author to Whiskey and Gunpowder.  Whiskey and Gunpowder, a free e-letter is the independent investor’s daily guide to gold, commodities, profits and freedom. To subscribe, visit www.whiskeyandgunpowder.com.    We’ve seen over the last few decades that socialism – in all its forms – doesn’t work very…

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