The California legislature was quite busy in 2016, passing 807 bills into law. Along with the 18 statewide ballot initiatives that were decided on November 8th, Californians face several changes and new laws in 2017, in all aspects of life — environment, infrastructure, healthcare, guns, immigration, marijuana, water, education, and more.
Specific to real estate, the legislature passed a number of laws that impact real estate agents, private money lenders, homeowners, tenants, investors, and lenders. From bed bug management in residential rental housing, to greenway easements in urban areas, to real estate broker advertising, to accessory dwelling units and local governments, these new laws impact the real estate law community in a wide variety of ways.
To best digest the impact of these new laws, we are excited to announce the release of 2017 New Real Estate and Lending Laws in California, an e-book published by the Law Offices of Peter N. Brewer with contributions from Simon Offord, Julia M. Wei, Charlie Bronitsky, Henry Chuang, Ashlee D. Adkins, and Clayton Dodds.
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