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Short-Term Rentals

A city ordinance in Austin, Texas, that bans short-term rentals of non-owner-occupied rentals is “unconstitutionally retroactive,” an appeals court in the state ruled. A provision that restricts certain types of assembly at short-term rental properties also violates the state Constitution, according to the court.  

AUSTIN, Texas – A city ordinance in Austin, Texas, that bans short-term rentals of non-owner-occupied rentals is “unconstitutionally retroactive,” a state appeals court ruled. A provision that restricts certain types of assembly at short-term rental properties also violates the state Constitution, according to the court.  

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