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California Resident Property Managers (16 or More Units) - Employment and Labor Laws

This guide is intended for reference by apartment owners, management companies and resident property managers. The purpose of the guide is to provide some general California legal information for reference purposes. This guide, while informative and valuable, is NOT intended as legal advice.

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Industrial Welfare Commission Order No. 5-2001 (Issued by the California Department of Industrial Relations) (among other things, this Order applies to the context of where the employer provides a manager's quarters and then directly credits the cost thereof against the employer's minimum wage obligations (the single check solution))
Labor Code Sec. 1182.8 (applies where the employer provides a manager's quarters but does not directly credit the cost thereof against the employer's minimum wage obligations; rather requests a separate check from the manager to cover the reduced cost of the manager's quarters (the exchanged check solution))
Brock v. Carrion, Ltd. (E.D. Cal., 2004) 332 F.Supp.2d 1320
Labor Code Sec. 1194.2

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