does a 14 unit apartment complex need an on site manager in california?

In Property Management - Asked by rhonda a. - Aug 13, 2013
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Frank A.
Richardson, TX


Aug 13, 2013
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Commercial A.
Los Angeles, CA

Answer: It is legal for them not to have an on-site manager at your building. California Code of Regulations, Title 25, section 42, requires property owners of apartment buildings with 16 or more units to have on-site resident managers living on their properties. There is no such requirement for apartment buildings with less than 16 units

Aug 16, 2013
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James E.
Beverly Hills, CA

The short answer is 'NO'. However you should also know that the requirement stems from the fire code and not any RSO or Housing requirement. Even if it were >16 unit property there are only minimum requirements pertaining to an onsite manager and not the extensive assumption that seems to be the assumed requirement. AAGLA is a great resource with always uptodate information on these topics I strongly advise you to join them

Aug 26, 2013
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