For the third consecutive year, bills have surfaced to modify California’s Ellis Act, the 1985 law that protects a property owner’s right to leave the rental housing business, an important safety valve for property owners in rent controlled jurisdictions.
One of the proposals, AB 982, would expand the number of tenants who are entitled to …
At this point, tenants who have lived in the building for at least one year and who are at least 62 years of age or are disabled are entitled to a year’s notice from the landlord before the building is closed. Other tenants are entitled to a 120-day notice.
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