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Calif. Real Estate Legislation To Watch In 2018


Law360, Minneapolis (January 1, 2018, 3:04 PM EST) -- California real estate lawyers will be watching how a number of new laws effective beginning of the year will play out and are particularly focused on affordable housing and the state's notorious ...


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Make sure you don't miss any Law360 breaking news. Download our plug-in for Chrome to get customizable, real-time news alerts ArticleID = 977978 Analysis CalifReal Estate Legislation To Watch In 2018 By Andrew McIntyre Law360, Minneapolis (January 1, 2018, 3:04 PM EST) -- California real estate lawyers will be watching how a number of new laws effective beginning of the year will play out and are particularly focused on affordable housing and the state's notorious Environmental Quality Act.California is still amid a housing crisis as prices have skyrocketed particularly in the Bay Area, and lawyers are waiting to see if more affordable housing will be built in 2018 thanks to legislative efforts in 2017.Attorneys are also closely monitoring continued efforts to try to reform the California Environmental... To view the full article, register now. Try Law360 FREE for seven days Already a subscriber? Click here to login Add to Briefcase Printable Version Rights/Reprints Editorial Contacts Related Sections California Environmental Public Policy Real Estate Law Firms Allen Matkins Arent Fox Manatt Phelps Check out Law360's new podcast, Pro Say, which offers a weekly recap of both the biggest stories and hidden gems from the world of law. Listen To Our Latest Most Popular 1 The 4 Hottest Practice Areas For 2018 2 3 Worries Keeping Managing Partners Up At Night In 2018 3 How To Keep In-House Counsel Happy In 2018 4 Simpson Thacher Accused Of Owing $937K To Recruiting Firm 5 Patent Cases To Watch In 2018

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