New commercial landlord disclosures go into effect in California in July

Two new landlord disclosure requirements become effective in California on July 1, 2013. One requires that all new commercial leases state whether the property has been inspected for disability access—and if so, the results. The other requires information about a building’s energy use to be disclosed to potential purchasers, lessees, and lenders in transactions involving an entire commercial building.

(http://www.ballardspahr.com/alertspublications/legalalerts/2013-04-24-new-california-landlord-disclosure-requirements-effective-july-1.aspx)

 

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