Property taxation, Veteran’s Exemption, Preliminary Application

It is the intent of the Legislature to support disabled veterans with information, particularly with respect to 100 percent disabled veteran property tax exemptions, when the veteran is seeking to purchase a home.

By providing county assessors new authority to provide written preliminary eligibility of the exemption earlier in the home-buying process, the veteran will have more purchasing power by eliminating property taxes paid at closing that are not owed and will later be reimbursed.


Consumers Legal Remedies Act, Advertisements

This act is intended to specifically prohibit drip pricing, which involves advertising a price that is less than the actual price that a consumer will have to pay for a good or service.

This practice, like other forms of bait and switch advertising, is prohibited by existing statutes, including the Unfair Competition Law (Chapter 5 (commencing with Section 17200) of Part 2 of Division 7 of the Business and Professions Code) and the False Advertising Law (Chapter 1 (commencing with Section 17500) of Part 3 of Division 7 of the Business and Professions Code).

This act is not intended to prohibit any particular method of determining prices for goods or services, including algorithmic or dynamic pricing. This act is intended to regulate how prices are advertised, displayed, or offered.



Working with the Department of Real Estate, CAMP proposed a simplified substitute  MLDS which the DRE approved.

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