NEW! Security Deposit Law Changes - Quick Guide for California Landlords and Tenants

Did you know security deposits changed for California rentals? How much can a landlord charge for a security deposit? As of July 1, 2024, AB 12 changes the amount of security deposit that a landlord can collect for a rental property…the amount is dramatically reduced in most cases. Additionally, some rental properties are exempt from AB 12, but which ones are exempt from AB 12 and what does this mean for California renters and California landlords? 

📌 Legal text of AB 12 👉

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Security Deposit Law - AB 12 by Michelle Micci

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