Beverly Hills Rent Stabilization Ordinance To Be Finalized Tuesday
Posted Thursday, December 13, 2018 - 6:54 pm
By Victoria Talbot
The Beverly Hills Rent Stabilization Ordinance is set to be decided by the City Council at their final 2018 meeting 7 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall. Renters are encouraged to attend the meeting to participate in the public comments.
Decisions made at this meeting will have a long-term impact on renters.
The items to be decided to finalize the ordinance include maximum allowable rent increases, exemptions for owner-occupied duplex buildings, limitations on relocation fees, evictions for owners who wish to move family members into their building, passthroughs for seismic retrofits, establishment of a Rent Stabilization Commission, probation for first-year renters, registration, proactive inspection fees, Beverly Hills student/teacher protections, establishment of a Rent Stabilization Commission and annual rent registration.
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