Morena’s representative put forward a proposal that would prohibit temporary accommodation as offered by the platform.
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On June 15, Leticia Estrada, deputy of brunette submitted its proposal for a new condominium ownership law in Mexico City, which specified that owners should not use their homes or property “in violation of their destination and approved land use”.
The document clarifies that “in the real estate subject to the condominium regime, the pursuit of industrial, commercial or service activities in private residential units for residential purposes is prohibited and it is used for temporary accommodation such as that provided by the Airbnb platform or similar without reason Modalities “.
Those who violate this law in case of approvalthey must pay a fine that goes from 4,344 to 26,064 pesos. Likewise, this initiative makes the formation of a general assembly of ordinary people who serve as administrators mandatory.
Airbnb It is one of the companies most affected by this pandemic because its main focus is on tourism. The company’s CEO has said this in the past few days CNBC Your company faces an uncertain future as COVID 19 outbreaks are already feared worldwide.