Orange County

Orange County leaders to meet over ‘tenant’s bill of rights’ plan

ORLANDO, Fla. — Orange County leaders met Tuesday to discuss protections for renters.


They are calling their plan a “tenant’s bill of rights.”

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The bill would establish an Office of Tenant Services.

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It would also require landlords to give renters a list of fees.

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Channel 9 has a crew working to gather more details and will provide updates on Eyewitness News.

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