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Wednesday, November 25, 2020
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Daniel Bryant is the SSA’s Legal & Legislative Counsel. He advocates on behalf of the membership at the federal, state, and local level to protect and advance the interests of the industry.  He received his law degree from American University, Washington College of Law and his undergraduate degree in political science from Virginia Tech. He is a member of the Virginia and the District of Columbia bars. Prior to joining the SSA, he was an associate attorney with a law firm in Washington, D.C. Daniel can be reached at dbryant@selfstorage.org or at (703) 575-8000 ext. 107.

 


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  New Orders Take Effect with Surge in COVID-19 Cases As COVID-19 (coronavirus) cases spike across the county, several state and local governments have issued business closure or other orders that may limit operations. The list below is intended to capture recent orders from November 16, 2020 to present. For a list of other measures and orders that may still be in effect, click here. If you see a new order in your area of operation that is not covered in the list below, please ema...
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 Rent Restrictions Remain  As many states are seeing surges in COVID-19 (coronavirus) cases, many operators have asked whether it is permissible to implement normal rent increases for both current and prospective tenants. The answer to that question is: it depends. The first inquiry is whether your state has a price gouging restriction in effect. Most states do. Although these laws differ, they generally put a cap on raising prices for certain goods and services above a certa...
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UPDATED: November 11, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. (ET)  Preventative Measures That Self Storage Operators Must Follow As the country begins to reopen, you have likely seen that state and local governments have imposed restrictions on business operations, such as requiring face coverings and limiting the number of patrons at the site, in an effort to combat the further spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). Below is a list of most of the Executive Orders from Governors, as well as some local directiv...
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  Coronavirus & Price Restrictions  Once a state of emergency is declared, many states have price restrictions, commonly referred to as price gouging laws, that take effect. Although these laws differ, they generally put a cap on raising prices for certain goods and services above a certain percentage from the amount charged immediately preceding the declaration, subject to certain narrow exceptions. Some of these laws are clearly applicable to self storage, some clearly ...
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Coronavirus & Price Restrictions

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Once a state of emergency is declared, many states have price restrictions, commonly referred to as price gouging laws, that take effect.
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