Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Oregon House Bill 2683 Would Outlaw Pet Rent

Oregon Representatives Rob Nosse, Karin Power, and Tawna Sanchez filed a bill that would outlaw pet rent. According to Power, "pet rent unfairly increases a tenant's cost to rent without any causal relationship to the impact that their pet may or may not have on the premises." House Bill 2683 would prohibit "landlords that allow pets from charging tenants additional rent or fees based on the possession of pets." Read more.

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