represented the tenant
, and Mendy Braun of Braun Management represented the landlord.
Davis' first tenant
was ideal, but the second tenant
proved far more challenging.
856(d)(2)(C) excludes "impermissible tenant
service income" from the definition.
Apartment owners and managers can now expedite and improve the tenant
screening process with TenantAlert, a new Internet- based tenant
screening service that instantly evaluates each prospective renter against national consumer credit data, criminal and eviction databases, two separate colorblind scoring systems designed to predict tenant
reliability, and a variety of other criteria.
Weak enforcement of eviction protections and loopholes in Los Angeles rent control law have led to a surge in abuses by landlords and a nearly 50 percent increase in the cost of apartmental rentals since 1995, according to tenant
advocates and city officials.
Right & Agrarian Society in Ulster, 1600-1870.
Known as rent inducements, these clauses in a lease provide a tenant
with some added incentive related to the property.
Very interestingly, Starrett City used to use racial quotas in order to grant leases before it was illegalized by the Supreme Court, in order to grant tenant
contacted the city in August or September after apartment managers ignored requests for repairs of broken windows, appliances and leaking pipes, the lawsuit said.
Because the tenant
has an unrestricted use of the cash, it must be treated as income in the period received.
Here rather than assuming that one rents out a farm or becomes a tenant
farmer based solely on short-term, rational, profit-oriented reasons, such factors as responsibility to one's kin, balancing the needs of family members and maintaining the family farm over the generations will be considered.