Effective January 1, 2020, AB 1482 requires most landlord in California to make significant change to how they do business. This webinar explains the rent control and just cause provisions of the law and provides a step by step guide to compliance including:
• Determining if your property is subject to AB 1482
• Which disclosures must be served to tenants
• Calculating Rent Increases under the 5% +CPI cap
• Determining if you tenants are protected by just cause
• Setting policies for adding new tenants to a unit
• Renewal/termination options at the end of the initial year of tenancy
• Renewal/termination options for tenants protected by Just Cause
Ninder Grewal, Policy and Compliance Counsel, California Apartment Association
Ninder Grewal advises CAA’s state and local public affairs teams, provides education and compliance materials, and helps staff the member helpline. She brings over direct experience in landlord tenant real estate law through her past representation of property owners and managers in all areas of the residential landlord tenant relationship including unlawful detainers, rent control, subsidized housing, lease enforcement, property abandonment, landlord’s right of entry, landlord’s duty to repair and maintain property, and changing terms of tenancy.
Stephanie Shirkey, Senior Policy and Compliance Counsel, California Apartment Association
Stephanie Shirkey advises CAA’s state and local public affairs teams, provides education and compliance materials, and helps staff the member helpline. She brings over a decade of experience in drafting legislation and writing legal opinions for members of the Legislature on a wide variety of topics, including state and local government, business and taxation. She has a bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Berkeley, and a Juris Doctorate from the University of California Hastings College of Law. She is also a member of the California State Bar.
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