Units That Are Exempt From the Rent Adjustment Law
Section 8 units and other units that have rents that are controlled, regulated, or subsidized by a governmental unit, agency, or authority.
Accommodations in motels, hotels, inns, tourist houses, rooming houses, and boarding houses, provided that such accommodations are not occupied by the same tenant for thirty (30) or more consecutive days.
Housing accommodations in any hospital, convent, monastery, extended care facility, convalescent home, nonprofit home for the aged, or dormitory owned and operated by an educational institution.
Dwelling units in a nonprofit cooperative, owned, occupied, and controlled by a majority of the residents.
Dwelling units which were newly constructed and received a certificate of occupancy on or after January 1, 1983.
Buildings that were substantially rehabilitated after January 1, 1983. (See O.M.C. 8.22.030 B(2))
Dwelling units exempt pursuant to the provisions of the “Costa-Hawkins Act” (see Ca.Civil Code § 1954.52; these exemptions generally apply to single family dwellings and condominiums).
2 or 3 units on a single assessor's parcel when one of the units is occupied as the owner's principal residence for at least one year.
NOTE: Exemptions from Measure EE (the "Just Cause for Evictions" law) are not the same as for the Rent Adjustment Law