NH Senate measure would tie municipal hands on Airbnb rules

It would be a lot harder for municipalities to inspect vacation and short-term rentals, like Airbnb, under a last-minute amendment attached to House Bill 654, which was approved May 18 by the NH Senate.

Under the measure – which also establishes a committee to study regulation and taxation of vacation and short-term rentals – only if the municipality can get a court order showing that it has probable cause that the dwelling is “unfit for human habitation” can such inspections be made without the owner’s permission. More…

| NHBR

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