Courts should not allow the government to use previous infringements on private property rights as a justification for further infringements. That is the central argument in a brief filed jointly by the California Apartment Association and San Francisco Apartment Association.

The brief supports a lawsuit filed by the Community Housing Improvement Program (CHIP) and Rent Stabilization Association (RSA) – groups that, like CAA, represent the interests of rental property owners – challenging 2019 amendments to New York City’s rent control law.

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