If you need free assistance on a housing rights issue, contact Bet Tzedek Legal Services. Consultations are available to Beverly Hills residents who meet financial eligibility criteria. Informational sessions are available every Monday from 10am-12pm at Roxbury Park Community Center, located at 475 S. Roxbury Drive. Appointments may be made by calling Bet Tzedek Legal Services at (323) 939-0506, extension 499.
For all issues not covered under the local Beverly Hills Rent Stabilization Code and for all civil or lease-related issues, please contact Los Angeles County Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) Rent Stabilization information at (213) 974-1452, or visit http://dcba.lacounty.gov/consumer-protection
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The Beverly Hills Municipal Code allows landlords to file a rent adjustment application for some or all rental units within the landlord’s rental complex in order to achieve a "just and reasonable return," based on net operating income principles. Click on the link below to download the form and instructions.
Pursuant to Section 9-1-108(L) of the Municipal Code, when applying for a permit to alter, repair, or rehabilitate any structure that contains one or more dwelling units, the applicant shall indicate on a form furnished by the Rent Stabilization Ordinance (“RSO”) whether the property is occupied by tenants.
If the property is tenant-occupied and, as determined by the RSO, the construction work could impact the habitability of any unit on the property, prior to obtaining a permit, the applicant shall submit a construction means and method plan to the RSO which contains the information required by this Section.
Section of the Beverly Hills Municipal Code that regulates units falling under Chapter 5.
Section of the Beverly Hills Municipal Code that regulates units falling under Chapter 6