Expired: No more governor-declared emergencies affecting rents

At any given time over the past few years, California has been under some sort of governor-declared emergency — often several declarations at once — that have triggered the state’s anti-price-gouging law and its limits on rent increases. As of now, no such emergency, from the governor’s office, remains in effect.

Rebutted: Terner Center assertion that rent cap violations may be widespread

L.A. County OKs minimum rental debt threshold for evictions

San Diego considers harsher limits on evictions

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Energy-efficiency disclosure bill runs out of juice

A bill that would have forced landlords to inform prospective tenants about the energy efficiency of units being offered for rent has failed to emerge from the Assembly Appropriations Committee,…

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