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    LA City Council Introduces Motion Targeting Illegal Short-Term Rentals

    Four Los Angeles City Council members introduced a motion on May 30 to address illegal short-term rental listings on home-sharing platforms. The motion seeks to further enhance the city’s Home-Sharing Ordinance, which was adopted in 2018 to restrict short-term rentals through regulations and guidelines. It instructs the Planning Department and other departments to draft a Private Right of Action clause for the Home-Sharing Ordinance, allowing any interested party to pursue legal action within 180 days to enforce the ordinance when “unlawful activities occur.” It also instructs the Planning Department and the city attorney to implement a registry and reporting system to all short-term rental platforms to ensure illegal proprieties are removed.

    MyNewsLA.com (05/30/23)

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