Allows landlord to terminate residential tenancy with 30 days’ written notice upon receipt of government notice that occupancy is unlawful. Expands rights of landlords and tenants to terminate tenancies that are unlawful but not unsafe. Clarifies that landlord may not enter into tenancy known to be unlawful but not unsafe. Clarifies that terminating unlawful but not unsafe tenancy does not preclude parties’ other available claims for damages.
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|2019-06-30||In committee upon adjournment.|
|2019-03-04||Referred to Human Services and Housing.|
|2019-02-27||First reading. Referred to Speaker's desk.|