Steven Roger Rensch’s Guides

Steven Roger Rensch

Mesa Contracts / Agreements Lawyer.

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  1. My Used Car’s a Lemon! What Do I Do??

    Written by attorney Steven Rensch, over 3 years ago.

    MY USED CARS A LEMON! WHAT DO I DO?? Buying a used vehicle can be a nerve-wracking experience. The sales person always give you his best pitch; you take the car for a test drive; it seems to run just fine; you decide to buy the car; you sign the purchase agreement; you shake hand...

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  2. Tips for Tenants #2: What Do I Do When My Landlord Gets Foreclosed On?

    Written by attorney Steven Rensch, over 3 years ago.

    Tips for Tenants #2: What Do I Do When My Landlord Gets Foreclosed On? All over the Valley, tenants are being confronted by landlords or their property managers informing the tenants that the house or apartment has been sold, that the tenants have to get out immediately, and tha...

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  3. Tips for Tenants #1: When Is It OK To Leave Early?

    Written by attorney Steven Rensch, over 3 years ago.

    Tips for Tenants #1: When Is It OK To Leave Early? Most tenants move fairly often. There are no real roots holding the tenant where she is, and lots of reasons arise to move on. A bad apartment . . . a new job . . . a new boyfriend . . . you name it. Few tenants who come to ...

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  4. Tips for Tenants #4: Can the Landlord Hurt My Credit? What Do I Do?

    Written by attorney Steven Rensch, over 3 years ago.

    Tips for Tenants #4: Can the Landlord Hurt My Credit? What Do I Do? You bet he can. And he will. Landlords are pulling the trigger on tenants credit faster than ever. And the consequences to those tenants who have credit to lose can be as bad as or worse than a money judgment. ...

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  5. Tips for Tenants #3: When I Leave, What Happens To My Security Deposit?

    Written by attorney Steven Rensch, over 3 years ago.

    Tips for Tenants #3: When I Leave, What Happens To My Security Deposit? The return, or not, of the security deposit happens at the end of the tenancy. But some of the events which determine your rights with respect to the deposit happen at the very beginning. And because eve...

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  6. Is Your Teenage Driving Your Car Tonight?

    Written by attorney Steven Rensch, over 3 years ago.

    Is Your Teenage Driving Your Car Tonight? Your children are teenagers. They run your life to the point where you can't remember the day that you and your spouse decided you wanted to have kids. They run your house. They run your TV. They certainly run your budget. And more...

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  7. I Have a Good Claim, But We’re in a Recession. What Do I Do?

    Written by attorney Steven Rensch, over 3 years ago.

    I Have a Good Claim, But We're in a Recession. What Do I Do? The state of the times always affects the kind of claims lawyers see. For instance, back in the mid-2000s, when the real estate market was booming, I would regularly be presented with disputes stemming from a seller...

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  8. Home Disclosures

    Written by attorney Steven Rensch, over 3 years ago.

    After you put an offer on your perfect Arizona home it is then time to put in the work to make sure you are not buying a problem house. The first thing the home buyer should do in this process is examine all of the disclosures you receive. As required by law, when purchasing a ho...

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  9. Does It Really Need To Be In Writing?

    Written by attorney Steven Rensch, over 3 years ago.

    Does It Really Need To Be In Writing? Recently, I got a phone call from my mother. She and my dad were trying to sell one of their vehicles privately. They live in a relatively small town and were approached by one of the car dealers in town who volunteered to let them park the...

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  10. Depositing Cash? Watch Out for the IRS!

    Written by attorney Steven Rensch, over 3 years ago.

    DEPOSITING CASH? WATCH OUT FOR THE IRS! Most of us dont have occasion to deposit large amounts of cash very often. But it does happen sometimes as an individual, and if you own a small business, you might have occasion to do it a lot. If so, be careful. In an effort to provid...

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