The 2022 Rental/Lease Agreements include the new mold booklet required by the State of California for all new tenants and updates requested by CAA members. This webinar provides a paragraph-by-paragraph explanation of the entire CAA Rental/Lease Agreement, including the provisions required to comply with AB 1482 (the Tenant Protection Act of 2019), which imposed rent caps and just cause eviction restrictions on most properties in California.

The Rental/Lease Agreement is at the heart of the landlord-tenant relationship, so it’s crucial that you understand what provisions are included and what they mean.

Topics covered in this webinar include:

• Information on Dampness and Mold for California Renters
• New Recycling Addendum for 2022.
• AB 1482 Single Family Homes and Condos Exemption
• AB 1482 Applicability of Rent Caps and Just Cause
• AB 1482 Owner Move In Provision
• AB 1482 Denial of Entry – Just Cause for Eviction
• Disclosure of Owner and Agent for Service of Process
• Security Deposits – renting to roommates, increasing deposits for existing tenants
• Prohibitions: Marijuana, smoking, pets, grills and more
• Incorporation of Separate Addenda (Water Conservation, Unlawful Activity, Political Signs, etc.)
• Attorney Fee Provision
• Mandatory Disclosures: Bed Bugs, Flood Hazards, and Megan’s Law

Speakers:

Heidi Palutke, Education, Policy and Compliance Counsel, California Apartment Association

Heidi Palutke holds principal responsibility for CAA’s compliance and education programs, including the development of statewide and local compliance forms and materials. She conducts research and analysis of state and local legislation to support CAA’s public affairs team. She also represents CAA before various regulatory agencies and departments and manages CAA’s various litigation projects.

Embert P. Madison, Jr, State Advocacy and Compliance Counsel, California Apartment Association

Embert P. Madison, Jr. analyzes and drafts state legislation impacting CAA, develops CAA’s education and compliance materials, and supplements CAA’s advocacy with legal input on legislative proposals. Embert has extensive experience drafting state legislation due to his time with the Office of Legislative Counsel and has years of private practice experience advocating on behalf of property owners in real estate transactions and land use projects. Embert has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the University of California, Riverside, a Juris Doctorate from the University of California, Davis, and is a member of the California State Bar.

Original Broadcast Date: January 2022
On-Demand Cost: $49 CAA Member/ $89 Non-Member
Estimated Course Length: 1 Hr.

Qualifies for 1 Unit of CCRM Continuing Education Credit for current CCRM Certified Individuals.

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