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ORANGE, CA-Two new California bills that will go into effect as laws soon were the topic of discussion at the recent AIR Commercial Real Estate Association seminar series here: Assembly Bill 1103 and Senate Bill 1186. Both will impose requirements on property owners and brokers once they take effect, but early planning can go a long way toward easing the growing pains predicted for each, said Elizabeth Watson, a partner in the Los Angeles law firm Greenberg Glusker, who spoke at the meeting.

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