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    Noise Meters Set for Compulsory Installation in Seville Rentals

    A new law that is set to come into effect in the Spanish city of Seville will make the installation of noise meters compulsory in short-term rental properties listed in certain parts of the city’s historic center. The installation of the meters will monitor the decibel levels and is designed to ensure that noise limits are legally enforced. If noise limits are exceeded, the owners of the property will receive a message telling them to resolve the issue immediately or face a penalty. Under the new law, it is anticipated that limits will also be introduced on the number of people that can stay in a short-term rental property at one time.

    ShortTermRentalz (06/16/23) Paul Stevens

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