(1) Charge a tenant, or attempt to collect from a tenant, fees assessed for the late
payment of that COVID-19 rental debt.
(2) Increase fees charged to the tenant or charge the tenant fees for services previously
provided by the landlord without charge.
(b) Notwithstanding any other law, a landlord who temporarily reduces or makes unavailable
a service or amenity as the result of compliance with federal, state, or local public
health orders or guidelines shall not be considered to have violated the rental or
lease agreement, nor to have provided different terms or conditions of tenancy or
reduced services for purposes of any law, ordinance, rule, regulation, or initiative
measure adopted by a local governmental entity that establishes a maximum amount that
a landlord may charge a tenant for rent.
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