a. The owner or operator is entitled to require visitors to be identified as follows:1. Simply provide one of the following types of I.D.: A valid and current passport, a California Dept. Motor Vehicles (DMV)-Issued I.D., a Mexican consular registration card or a resident registration card or a federal or national authority in force and in force. Photo I.D.2. Owners/managers may require that a DIS be left to management during the visitor`s stay.3 A protocol must be maintained by the administration and the visitor must register and unsubscribe when the I.D. is handed over and returned.4. If the I.D. is lost or moved and is not returned within 12 hours of the visitor`s request for return, the owner/manager must immediately pay the visitor $75.00 in cash at the visitor`s request for the loss and inconvenience of replacing the lost I.D.B. Owners and operators have the special right to limit visitors to two (2) of the three days of actual cheques each month. Suppliers are required to publish these locking dates at least five (5) days before the first day of the ban, a minimum size of 81 x 11″, which are important at the entrance or hall .C. Owners and operators may deny visitation rights to tenants who have repeatedly violated hotel visitation rules for 30 days.
No penalty may be imposed until the second offence. All notifications of violation of the directive, including the first notification, must be provided in writing with a copy to the tenant.D. Tenants who do not agree with the imposition of a penalty may: 1. Call the operator or tenant agent (if any); or, in the alternative,2. The tenant can go directly to the tenants` room to criticize their claim.E. Owners and operators also have the right to limit the number of nights each visitor can do to eight (8) per calendar month. RENT INCREASES NOTE: If your landlord wants to increase the rent, he must give you a written message of 30 days (60 days if the increase is 10% more). A conversation in the lobby or on the phone is not enough. (see “Increase in Rents”). – The city`s prosecutor`s office is documenting cases of “musical halls.” Contact the Code Enforcement Task Force at (415) 554-3977.