Pet Ban

Understanding California’s Proposed Bill AB 2216 to Prevent Blanket Pet Bans in Rental Housing – by Loren Levy of SHL Management

In recent years, California has been at the forefront of enacting legislation aimed at protecting the rights of renters and promoting fair housing practices. One such proposed bill that has garnered significant attention is aimed at preventing blanket pet bans in rental housing. Here is what this proposed bill entails, how it may impact landlords…

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SB 712: E-Bike Storage in California Rentals Takes Effect January 1, 2024 By Patricia A. Harris

Governor Newsom has signed legislation which sets standards for the storage of e-bikes, e-scooters, and other battery-powered micro-mobility devices in California rentals. SUMMARY  This bill would prohibit a landlord from not allowing tenants to own personal micro-mobility devices or from storing and recharging up to one personal micro-mobility device in their dwelling unit for each…

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Legislative Session Ends with Declaration of War on Taxpayers By Jon Coupal, President of Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association

It is not an overstatement to say that a supermajority in the California Legislature believes that Proposition 13 must be destroyed. Over the last five decades, Sacramento politicians have become more and more progressive – many now openly embrace socialism – but even still, we have been able to keep most direct attacks against Prop.…

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Antioch approves new tenant protections – Judith Prieve

Members of ACCE Action and local tenants rally outside the Antioch City Hall on Tuesday, July 25, 2023, before the City Council considered an ordinance on tenant protections. (ACCE Action) Antioch is strengthening its tenant protections with new rules against landlord retaliation and harassment. After hearing more than three hours of public comments and debate…

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