Tenants, Watch Out for a 60-day Notice to Quit

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On October 8, 2019, Governor Newsom signed into effect the Tenant Protection Act of 2019.  The law comes into effect in January 2020 and is expected to provide tenants across the state of California protections over how much landlords can legally increase rents by on an annual basis and will … Read More

Security Requirements

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In the State of California, a landlord is required to provide certain safety and security mechanisms for tenants in their building.  This article will explain to you some of the important aspects of building and safety standards, with regards to security, to help you maintain a safe and healthy lifestyle … Read More

Rent Increases During and After REAP

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In the City of Los Angeles, many residential and apartment buildings are governed by the Rent Stabilization Ordinance of Los Angeles (RSO), and many of those buildings are in REAP.  This article will explain to you some of the important aspects of REAP, and how to find out if your … Read More

Basic Amenities Required by Law

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In the State of California, a landlord is required to provide certain basic amenities to all tenants within their buildings.  This article will explain some of the important amenities that are required by law, to help you maintain a safe and healthy lifestyle for you and your family. Make Sure … Read More

Additional Tenant Rent Increases

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For those buildings and residential units that are protected by the Rent Stabilization Ordinance of Los Angeles (“RSO”), a landlord may have the right to raise the rent for additional tenants within the units. This article will explain to you when such rent increases are applicable to additional tenants. These … Read More