One of the most asked questions on CAA’s Helpline is “Which Addenda Do I Need?” It’s a simple enough question, but there is no one-size-fits-all answer. Although no new addenda are required in 2023, CAA did revise the form of all its rental /lease agreement addenda by removing the repetitive top block (which named the residents and landlord and identified the property) to shorten all these forms.
Determining which addenda are required depends on many factors including:
• Applicability of AB 1482 rent control and just cause
• The type of rental unit
• When the rental unit was built
• The location of the rental unit
• The property owner’s policies
• The resident’s activities
This webinar will break down the questions property owners and managers have to ask to determine the addenda they need, and what CAA addenda should (or should not) be used based on the answers to those questions.
Monica Deka, Compliance and Legislative Counsel, California Apartment Association
Monica Deka advises CAA’s state public affairs team, develops CAA education and compliance materials, assists members on CAA’s Helpline, and supplements CAA’s advocacy efforts with legal input from her years in private practice. Deka has extensive experience advocating on behalf of property owners and managers throughout California in litigation and real estate transactions. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in biology from Moravian College, a Juris Doctorate from St. John’s University School of Law, and a Master of Science in Real Estate Development from New York University. She is a member of the California and New York State Bars. She previously worked as an attorney for the firm Kimball Tirey & St. John LLP.
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: April 2023
On-Demand Webinar Cost: $49 Member or $89 Non-Member
Estimated Course Length: 1 hour
Qualifies for 1 Unit of CCRM Continuing Education Credit for current CCRM Certified Individuals.
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