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Andrew Starrels Andrew Starrels

Currently, home sharing is not technically permitted in Los Angeles, and that has landlords pushing for a home sharing ordinance that would change the law. Such an ordinance was drafted in 2018, but isn’t close to passing any time soon. We sat down with Andrew Starrels, a partner with Holland & Knight LLP and a member of the firm’s West Coast Land Use and Environment Group, to talk about home sharing activity in Los Angeles and to get an update on the potential for a city ordinance.

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