Good Neighbor Fence Act If you have a fence that’s on a boundary line with a neighbor, then you should know about the “Good Neighbor Fence Act.” The “Good Neighbor Fence Act” of 2013 states: “Adjoining landowners are presumed to share an equal benefit from any fence...
Can a landlord enter a tenant’s unit to merely “inspect” it? No. Tenants should note that a general inspection of the unit, even if only done annually, is not a permissible reason for entry under California law. Random non-specific inspections are not legal,...
Prepared By: Melissa C. Marsh, Los Angeles Employment Attorney Written: March 2009 – Last Updated: May 2016 Under California law, ALL single family residences, including rental apartments and condominiums, can be used as a day care facility because such is NOT...
In leases or rental agreements signed after July 1, 2018, landlord must disclose, in at least eight-point type, that the property is in a special flood hazard area or an area of potential flooding if the landlord has actual knowledge of this fact.
What a difference a day makes.” That difference can mean a lot to tenants according to supporters of California Assembly Bill 2343. The bill, which was signed into law by Governor Brown on September 5 of this year, will not take effect until September 1, 2019.
Despite strong opposition from the California Apartment Association, the California Chamber of Commerce and others, a statewide rent control bill on Wednesday night passed off the state Assembly floor.
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