Legislative Session Hot Bills

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our CAI-CLAC sponsored bills have been placed on hold by our authors. SB 969, the SB 323 cleanup bill will not move this session, nor will the electronic notification legislation, SB 981, sponsored by the California Association of Realtors and opposed by CAI-CLAC unless amended to address our concerns.

However, not all legislation has been place on hold. Below are the two bills that CAI-CLAC has taken a position on.

AB 3182 (Ting) seeks to prohibit associations from placing restrictions on rentals within their community. CAI-CLAC is opposed to AB 3182.

AB 3040 (Chiu) would allow a local government to rezone a single-family residential lot that is 15 years or older to allow for up to 4 primary dwellings and prohibit associations from restricting that construction.

A bill is being considered in the California state legislature that will create significant harm to California’s more than 55,000 common interest developments if passed. Thanks to all our advocates, another harmful bill (AB 3040) is no longer being considered.


Thank you again for your support. If you have any questions, you can contact us at office@caiclac.com. Substantive issues with SB 323 should be reported to our Legislative Strategy & Research Committee at LSRC@caiclac.com.



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