Extended Stay Rental Agreement

However, these motel owners are not seeking to extend the corresponding legal rights to these long-term residents. In general, in California, a person who lives in a residence for at least 30 days in a row becomes a “tenant” recognized by law under California law. In order to circumvent California owner-tenant law and prohibit motel guests from atessing legal “tenant” status, motel operators will force residents to “leave” before the 30-day expiration and/or “register” – and then allow residents to return directly to their unit. This illegal trial has been conducted for months and years. The motel operator will take the position that the guest is a “temporary resident” under the law, so for whatever reason the guest can be immediately removed from the unit – even if the guest has lived in the unit for years, but for temporary extracts every 30 days. The illegal practice is so widespread that it has its own nickname – the “28-day shuffle”. .

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