Tenant lives in a condominium subject to the Santa Monica rent control regulatory scheme. The landlord listed the property for sale, but the tenant would not permit open houses on weekends, and would permit the property to be shown only pursuant to appointments. Frustrated, the landlord filed an action for declaratory relief. The trial court’s order was that two open houses per month be permitted with 10-days advance notice, and that the tenant “shall respond within 48 hours of receipt of same acknowledging the proposed dates or providing alternative weekend dates.” The tenant appealed, and the appellate court affirmed, concluding Civil Code section 1954 permits landlords to hold open houses on weekends with reasonable notice. Dromy v. Lukovsky (Cal. App. Second Dist., Div. 3; August 30, 2013) 219 Cal.App.4th 278.