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Did you Know? In the State of California

Operators of subsidized multifamily units are required to give the option for tenants to have their rent payments reported to major credit bureaus (S.B. 1157).
A landlord can refuse to rent to a tenant who has a waterbed or other liquid-filled furniture if the rental property was built before 1973 (Cal. Civ. Code § 1940.5).
To enter a rental property, landlords must give a reasonable, 24-hour written notice to enter during normal business hours (Cal. Civ. Code § 1954).
The Tenant Protection Act of 2019 made it illegal for landlords to raise the rent by more than 5%, plus the local rate of inflation, in one year. (A.B. 1482).
Private property owners are still allowed to prohibit the use and cultivation of marijuana on their property (Prop. 64 § 11362.45.h).
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