I discovered that the border between two cities runs through an apartment that I am renting. There are two official parcels, one in one city (City A) and one in another (City B), they are both in the same county in California. The building straddles the line between the two cities.
My living room is in City A and my Bedroom is in City B
My mailing address is in City B but the Entrance is in City A
There are two tax assessments, same address number, different city.
What does this situation mean for me in terms of
- Which tenant laws apply to me
- Where I register to vote
Additionally, in this situation, which address should be listed on a lease agreement. The real property address (entrance) or the effective mailing address.