AirBnb Turns Blind Eye To Rowdy Renters, LA Landlords Say

Law360, New York (July 5, 2017, 5:31 PM EDT) -- A group of apartment complex owners in Los Angeles have filed a putative class action against AirBnb alleging rowdy guests are costing them money and disturbing long-term tenants, according to filings removing the case to California federal court Monday.

The suit, filed by AIMCO Venezia LLC and Park La Brea LLC in February and amended in June, claims the landowners have had problems with Airbnb guests and that when they notified the company that their clients were violating California state laws and their lease agreements, which do not allow sublets, Airbnb did not take action.

"With respect to subleasing, Airbnb takes...

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