Don’t forget to fulfill the notice requirements under state law — AB 1482 — also known as the Tenant Protection Act of 2019. This law establishes rent caps and just-cause provisions. Some owners with single-family homes are exempt from this law but only if they give a specific notice to their tenants. Failure on the part of the owner to provide the required notice to tenants would hold the owner to the rent caps under the law along with the just-cause provisions.
AB 1482 took effect at the beginning of last year and imposes rent caps and just-cause requirements on most residential rental properties in the state.
As of July 1, 2020, the law has required landlords to provide certain notices at the beginning or renewal of tenancies.
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