California Takes Lead On Laws Affecting Gig Economy, PrivacyCalifornia’s long tradition of advancing nation-leading legislation continues into the new year, with laws reining in the gig economy, boosting online privacy and discouraging shootings by police, among other potential trend-setters.
California State Of Emergency Could Provide Loophole For RentersThe emergency declaration may create a loophole that could help keep renters from being forced from their homes.
Board Of Supervisors To Vote On Emergency Ban On No-Fault EvictionsDozens of people in one Sacramento County apartment complex who were served with no-fault eviction notices could be forced out of their homes the day before Thanksgiving.
Landlords Could Be Required To Give More Notice When Raising RentCalifornia could require landlords to give tenants more notice if they plan to raise the rent.
Sacramento City Council Likely To Approve Rent Control Proposal In Tuesday MeetingIf you rent a home to a tenant, should you be limited to how much you can increase their rent? That's the issue to be taken up on Tuesday by the Sacramento city council.
Raising The Rent? Landlords May Need To Give Tenants More NoticeMore than half of all Californians who rent a home or apartment pay more than 30 percent of their income toward rent, with an additional quarter paying more than 50 percent of their income for housing.
Renters May Get More Notice If Their Monthly Rates Are Going UpCalifornia renters pay some of the highest rates in the country and now the Legislature is trying to make sure they have more notice if a landlord wants to raise the rent.