SB 1579 Short-term rental; affirms rights of localities to regulate rental of property.
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Summary as introduced:

Short-term rental of property. Affirms the rights of localities to regulate the short-term rental of property, defined as the provision of space suitable for sleeping or lodging for fewer than 30 days. If a locality allows short-term rentals, the locality shall require that the person offering property for rental notify adjacent landowners in writing, obtain local permission to offer the property for rental, and carry a minimum of $500,000 of commercial premises liability insurance. If a locality prohibits short-term rentals, any person or entity, including an online hosting platform, that advertises the availability of a short-term rental in the locality shall be subject to a $10,000 fine per violation. This bill was incorporated into SB 1578.

Full text:
01/20/17  Senate: Presented and ordered printed 17100686D  pdf | impact statement

Senate committee amendments

01/20/17  Senate: Presented and ordered printed 17100686D
01/20/17  Senate: Referred to Committee on Local Government
02/02/17  Senate: Committee amendments
02/02/17  Senate: Incorporated by Local Government (SB1578-Norment) (13-Y 0-N)