In California it is ok to push all the risk of owning a rental property on the renter?

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      Landlord at this place has it in the lease that if my things get damaged and I don’t have renters insurance they won’t pay for it, even if it is their fault. Is this legal? I’m assuming it’s not because you know how everywhere you go now-a-days everyone is trying to have you sign something that they will not be liable.

      They are also trying to say that if I have a guest on the property and they get injured (like if they trip and fall on a wet floor in the managers office). That they are not liable either. Is that legal as well, to push all this on to the tenants and renters?



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