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  • NinjaKlaus
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    Now I don't agree with the way things went down, but in theory they could claim under the Ellis Act that they were getting out of the rental business and instead were transitioning into the hotel & tourism business using AirBnB to do so. Didn't California just try and pass a law that said that AirBnB was a hotel? I just wonder if that defense would not satisfy the terms of the act of them getting out of the home rental business.

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