landlord-tenant law

landlord-tenant law

A general name given to the area of law that concerns itself with the creation of leasehold estates, the rights and responsibilities of the parties afterward, and the termination of the estates.

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The developer also filed a reply to USPS' motion to dismiss the case, arguing that Wisconsin's landlord-tenant law applies to the case and protects R2's attempt to evict the agency.
Mahoney will be working with the City of Wenatchee to offer Rent Smart, a monthly workshop offered to local tenants in which they learn landlord-tenant law, how to be a good tenant, and rights as a renters.
Adams said Legal Aid could use attorneys with skills and experience in the areas in which its attorneys practice, including family law, foreclosure prevention, landlord-tenant law, bankruptcy law and public benefits.
Over his years with the firm, Knott has committed hundreds of pro bono hours to matters involving foreclosure, landlord-tenant law, indigent criminal defense and election law.
Portman, an attorney who specializes in landlord-tenant law, and Stewart, a specialist in real estate and other consumer issues, provide a legal guide for tenants.
Hearne supervises and mentors these students, while educating them on landlord-tenant law.
TULSA A workshop on landlord-tenant law and the Fair Housing Act is scheduled from 8:30 a.m.
landlord-tenant law and traditional innkeeper doctrine in the context of
Nearly every law school treats property as a required class, and landlord-tenant law is a standard part of the class.
Badten's litigation practice has a primary focus on representing homeowner and condominium associations, as well as advising on contract and real estate disputes, creditor rights, secured transactions, landlord-tenant law (landlords), employment law, and commercial litigation Badten has been a partner/ member at Groh Eggers, LLC for the past four years and was an associate for the previous five years.
Instead, it began sending written notices to tenants informing them that "Horizon Realty Advisors LLC will refund any non-refundable restoration fees paid by tenants." The notices added that the firm "will not charge tenants at residential properties that they own or manage any fee that does not comply" with state landlord-tenant law.
The Uniform Residential Landlord and Tenant Act was originally drafted in 1972 and was intended to serve as model legislative language that could be adopted by the states to serve as the landlord-tenant law in that state.