One of the most commonly 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.
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 tenant’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.
Heidi Palutke, Senior Vice President, Compliance and Education, California Apartment Association
Heidi Palutke holds principal responsibility for CAA’s compliance and education programs, including the development of statewide and local compliance forms and materials. She conducts research and analysis of state and local legislation to support CAA’s public affairs team. She also represents CAA before various regulatory agencies and departments and manages CAA’s various litigation projects. Prior to joining CAA, she was an associate with the Law Offices of Andrew L. Packard in San Francisco and served as a legal policy analyst for Lead Safe California. Palutke holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in international relations from Michigan State University, and a Juris Doctorate from Golden Gate University School of Law, San Francisco. She is a member of the California State Bar and has been admitted to the federal Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal.
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.
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