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The Fee and Tax Waiver Program for Unregistered Mobilehomes
AB 587 implemented by HCD.

People who purchased a mobilehome or manufactured home but didn’t receive the necessary title to the property now have a chance to properly register their homes with the new Fee and Tax Waiver Program – and avoid paying hundreds or even thousands of dollars in state and local taxes, fees and penalties.

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Family-Owned Mobilehome Park Sues Palo Alto to Stop Shakedown

PLF lawsuit challenges city’s unconstitutional demand
that Jisser family pay millions for the right to close their business

Palo Alto, CA; November 19,

2015: Should retiring rental property owners be forced to pay millions of dollars to solve a city’s affordable housing problem, merely for the right to close their business? 
 

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This section tracks WMA’s bills of interest as they make their way through the legislative process.

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HUD Issues Guidance On Use Criminal Records by Landlords
HUD Warns Against Blanket Bans of Ex-Offenders

Private landlords who have blanket bans on renting to people with criminal records are in violation of the Fair Housing Act and can be sued and face penalties for discrimination, the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development said today as they released new guidance on the issue.

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Long Beach City Council decides against seeking a local law to protect mobile-home residents from rent hikes
The decision brought an end to the months-long debate over whether tenant protections that had been enshrined in local and state laws should be extended to people living in mobile homes.

A local law governing rent hikes in mobile home parks won’t be coming to Long Beach any time soon.

The City Council voted unanimously at its Tuesday, Dec. 10, meeting to receive a report on the concept without directing city staff to create a potential ordinance or prohibition on rent increases in mobile home parks.

The decision brought an end to the months-long debate over whether tenant protections that had been enshrined in local and state laws should be extended to people living in mobile homes.

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Long Beach City Council decides against seeking a local law to protect mobile-home residents from rent hikes

A local law governing rent hikes in mobile home parks won’t be coming to Long Beach any time soon.

The City Council voted unanimously at its Tuesday, Dec. 10, meeting to receive a report on the concept without directing city staff to create a potential ordinance or prohibition on rent increases in mobile home parks. 

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