Court Allows an Agent to Hold an Open House of a Rented Condominium on Sundays

In Dromy v. Lukovsky, a California appellate court recently affirmed an order by a trial court allowing an agent to hold a leased condominium open Sunday afternoons.  However, there could be no more than two open homes each month during limited afternoon hours. There had to be advance notice given to the tenant, and the tenant was permitted to propose alternative dates for the open houses.  The landlord also had to provide safeguards regarding the tenant’s personal property.  For more information regarding this decision, see the CRELA member website under Landlord/Tenant and Property Management.

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