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Effective January 25, 2017, the Los Angeles City Council and Mayor Garcetti added Section 151.31 to the Los Angeles Rent Stabilization Ordinance. Section 151.31 establishes a new Tenant Buyout Notification Program to regulate and monitor tenant buyout agreements (aka. cash for keys agreements and tenant vacate agreements) associated with properties subject to Los Angeles rent control. If your rental property is subject to Los Angeles Rent Control, and you want to offer your tenant a cash for keys agreement to [...]
Posted In: Real Estate Reporter
Effective October 4, 2016, the Los Angeles City Council adopted the Rent Registry Ordinance (#184529) which is similar to those required by the City of West Hollywood and the City of Santa Monica.
The NEW Los Angeles Rent Registry Ordinance requires the owners of buildings with rent stabilized units subject to the Los Angeles Rent Stabilization Ordinance (LA RSO) to provide the Los Angeles Housing Community and Investment Department (HCIDLA) with the following information for each building on an annual basis:
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In California, if a building has 16 or more units, the owner is required to have a live-in manager. See, California Code of Regulations Title 25, Section 42. Pursuant to the California Industrial Welfare Commission (IWC) Minimum Wage Order No. 5-2001 and MW-2014 a live-in resident manager is an employee, not an independent contractor, and as such must be paid the minimum wage for all hours worked. The California Industrial Welfare Commission (IWC) Minimum Wage Order No. 5-2001 and MW-2014 further restricts how [...]
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On September 25, 2016, Governor Jerry Brown signed Senate Bill 1007 into law. Senate Bill 1007, codified in Section 1282.5 of the California Code of Civil Procedure, provides new protections for the little guy (including consumers and employees) in arbitration proceedings. Senate Bill 1007 gives any party to an arbitration proceeding "the right to have a certified shorthand reporter transcribe any deposition, proceeding, or hearing as the official record." Previously large companies and employers could unilaterally [...]
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Yes…that is right…we have a new bathroom bill. Like we don’t have enough regulations to comply with. Effective March 1, 2017, A.B. 1732, codified in the California Health and Safety Code, requires all businesses with a single-user bathroom to buy new signage designating the bathroom for use by all genders. Even if an establishment has two separate bathrooms, one for men and one for women, effective March 1, 2017 each bathroom must be designated for use by all genders. Under the new legislation, a "single-user [...]
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