It applies to all renters, roomers, landlords and those who act for them, except:
- hospitals, group homes, schools or other institutions
- employees of the landlord who receive housing for their work and live on the worksite
- tenants owning or partly owning the unit
- rental of a unit in a motel or hotel and the landlord pays special tax on the room
There are other exceptions to the law. If you have a doubt, please call a lawyer.
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