California requires homeowners to present a military quantity of goods and catches as part of a lease agreement for all real estate located within a mile of military training grounds or storage. These regulations pose a risk to residents who must be informed of the risks before signing the lease. This disclosure is often included in the lease itself. If the landlord has a real knowledge of the rental property that resides in a flood zone, he must inform the tenant in the rental contract with a minimum type of writing of 8 points. Disclosure must include: Flood risk (No. 8589.45) – If the leased property is in a place where there is a high risk of flooding, the landlord must disclose this knowledge as part of the lease agreement made available to the new tenant (as of July 1, 2018). When an owner intends to demolish an apartment or building, California law requires that this intention be disclosed in the lease agreement. You must indicate the approximate date on which the demolition will take place and not complete the demolition before that date, or you will be liable to a fine of $2500 plus damages. Proximity to a military base (No. 1940.7) – Owners/owners of buildings within a mile of a military base with heavy combat means are required to disclose this fact before making a lease. Megane`s Law (No. 2079.10 (a)) – New tenants must be informed (in writing in the contents of the rental agreement) that the California Department of Justice operates a website that shares reports on registered sex offenders. When pesticides are administered to a unit of a rented building, all adjacent tenants and those who are threatened by second-hand exposure must be terminated at least 24 hours before the application is filed.
The application may require the temporary eviction of other tenants who must be disclosed in the tenancy agreement in order to be enforceable and avoid any damages charged to the lessor. In the state of California, potential tenants and citizens have access to information on the sex offender registry. To protect tenants, this right must be disclosed in any California lease agreement in the form of the following specific statue. DISCLOSURE OF THE DEMOLITION. On the following units are planned for demolition. On or after that date, active leases for the unit (s) concerned (s) are terminated. In California, any knowledge about the production, use or storage of methamphetamine is required in a lease agreement.