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2015 Changes to the Oregon Landlord Tenant Act (SB 390)

2015 Changes to the Oregon Landlord Tenant Act (SB 390)

By Clifford A. HockleyPresident, Bluestone & Hockley Real Estate Services

Once again, tenants and landlords have come together with the legislature to update the Oregon Landlord Tenant Act.  On June 15, 2015, Oregon Governor Kate Brown signed SB 390 into law.  The law itself takes effect the 1st of January 2016. While most of the changes to the act are basic clarifications, significant issues are addressed as well.  I have reviewed the changes in the act and summarized them here for your convenience. Please read carefully.

1. Clarification regarding mailing of notices 

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19
Oct
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Rental Housing Journal Valley October 2015

Rental Housing Journal is the business journal for the Oregon rental housing and multi-family property management industry.

 
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19
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Rental Housing Journal Metro October 2015

Rental Housing Journal is the business journal for the Portland Metro area rental housing and multi-family property management industry.

 
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Rental Housing Journal Valley September 2015

Rental Housing Journal is the business journal for the Oregon rental housing and multi-family property management industry.

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04
Sep
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Rental Housing Journal Metro Sept 2015

Rental Housing Journal is the business journal for the Portland Metro area rental housing and multi-family property management industry.

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Metro Rental Housing Journal August 2015

Rental Housing Journal is the business journal for the Portland and Vancouver rental housing and multi-family property management industry.

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24
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Valley Rental Housing Journal 2015

RHJ is the business journal for the Oregon rental housing and multi-family property management industry.

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20
Aug
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Hoarding As a Fair Housing Issue: Beyond Reality TV

By Elizabeth Gray,
FHCO Intake Specialist, Fair Housing Council of Oregon

A fire or ambulance crew can’t safely respond to a medical emergency in a single family home because the resident has belongings stacked up to the ceiling and blocking many windows or doors.
A tenant living in an apartment faces eviction when he or she fails to pass a follow-up inspection after several warnings about lease violations related to items that create a tripping hazard, fire danger, or limit access to maintenance staff. The tenant then contacts their case manager in a panic.

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21
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Metro (Portland) Rental Housing Journal - July 2015

RHJ is the business journal for the Portland Metro rental housing and multifamily property management industry.

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21
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Valley (Eugene, Salem, Corvallis) Rental Housing Journal - July 2015

RHJ is the business journal for the Oregon multifamily and residential property management industry.

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