Although recreational marijuana use in California is legal as of January 1, 2018, homeowners will not have to allow marijuana use on their property. Proposition 64 specifically allows owners of private property to prohibit the use and cultivation of marijuana on their property. If a landlord is considering prohibiting or partially restricting the use of marijuana on their property, the lease should clearly state the owner`s marijuana policy. (d) If the Lessor is informed of a termination of the Rental Agreement after this Section, the Tenant is responsible for the payment of the rent for at least 14 calendar days after termination or for a reasonable shorter period, in accordance with Article 1946 or the Rental or Tenancy Agreement. The tenant is exempt from any obligation to pay rent from the rental or lease agreement without contractual penalty. If the premises are leased to another party before the expiry of the rental obligation, the rent due after that subdivision shall be proportional. The law applicable to the surety applies. (a) This section applies to the guarantee of a rental contract for accommodation used as the tenant`s dwelling. A copy of the rental agreement must be made available to the tenant within 15 days of its execution. (Civ. Code §§ 1962 (4)) This is when the rental unit is in poor condition – uninhabitable – and the owner refuses to repair it or does not carry out the repairs quickly enough after a request has been made. In this scenario, the tenant may be able to fix it themselves and deduct the cost of the repairs from the future rent.
2. In the case of a before the 1st The rental or rental agreement concluded on January 1, 2012 prohibits smoking cigarettes or other tobacco products in any part of the land where smoking was previously authorized constitutes a modification of the rental conditions, which requires appropriate written termination and must be carried out in accordance with Article 827. Landlords cannot take revenge on a tenant if they keep the rent or complain about the terms of the rental unit. Whether with a government agency (i.e. violations of the health law or a tenants` union). 2. Require any tenant, potential tenant, resident or potential occupant of the leased property to disclose or provide a statement, insurance or certificate of immigration or citizenship status. (a) 1. Subject to subdivision (b), an owner of residential immovable property may not, over a period of twelve months, increase the gross rental rate of a dwelling or unit by more than 5% plus the percentage change in the cost of living or by 10%, depending on the lower value, of the lowest gross rental rate at any time for that dwelling or unit during the 12 months preceding the effective date of increase.
To determine the lowest gross rent in accordance with this section, all discounts, incentives, concessions or credits offered by the owner of such a housing unit and accepted by the tenant are excluded. The gross rental price per month and any discounts, incentives, concessions or credits offered by the owner are indicated separately and indicated in the rental agreement or in any modification of an existing lease or lease. 2. Plant cultivation will not affect the maintenance of the leased property.