Q: My rent stabilized apartment is increasing the rent through a 2023-24 BOND MEASURE PASSTHROUGH WORKSHEET- is this allowe
In California, the rules regarding rent increases for rent-stabilized apartments can be complex and vary by locality. Generally, landlords are limited in how much they can increase rent annually for these units. However, there are certain conditions under which additional increases may be permitted.
The mention of a "Bond Measure Passthrough Worksheet" suggests that your landlord is seeking to pass through costs associated with a bond measure, likely approved by voters, to tenants. In some jurisdictions in California, landlords are allowed to pass a portion of property-related expenses, such as those from bond measures, to tenants in rent-stabilized units. This is usually done through a formula and may require approval from a local rent control board or similar authority.
It's important to verify the specific rent control regulations in your area, as they can vary significantly from one city or county to another. If you're in doubt about the legality of the rent increase or the process being followed, you might consider contacting your local rent control board or a tenants' rights organization. They can provide guidance and help you understand your rights and options in this situation.
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