Legal Advice for “Landlord / Tenant” — 649 results
Written by attorney Ronald Sarno, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Getting started (In this article L. = Landlord; T. = Tenant). If the prospective T has viewed the premises and agreed to rent, there follows a set of mutual rules, requirements and... more
Written by attorney James Dibbini, almost 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
A holdover proceeding is a proceeding to evict a tenant on any grounds other than the nonpayment of rent. A landlord generally initiates a holdover proceeding when a tenant stays past the... more
Written by attorney Richard C Koman, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Can you work it out? You have a right to prompt payment of the rent. If the rent is late or not forthcoming, you have a right to possession. But perhaps you can work out an arrangement... more
Written by attorney Elizabeth Powell, almost 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Notify Your Landlord in Writing of the Substandard or Dangerous Condition Even if your landlord has personal knowledge of the problem, write to them at the address where you pay rent and... more
Written by attorney Ian C. White, about 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Landlord Making Claim on Security Deposit If a landlord intends on making a claim on part or all of a tenant's security deposit, the landlord then has 30 days after the tenant vacates to... more
Written by attorney James Studt, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
READ THIS FIRST! This guide is an informal description of the process of issuing a notice to pay rent or vacate to residential tenants in Washington state. This guide is applicable ONLY in... more
Written by Avvo Staff, 4 months ago. STAFF PICK
Everything you need to know about renting or leasing property as a student in Washington State
Written by attorney Samuel Cooper, over 1 year ago.
So, you have rented the perfect home. You finally got that last box unpacked. Time for a glass of wine, dock the iPhone, and play your favorite Schubert, or maybe you kick back on the couch,... more
Written by attorney Alexander Johnson, about 1 year ago.
What happens to your tenancy when a foreclosure has been filed against your landlord ?
If the landlord has not been paying the mortgage on the property you are renting, the mortgage... more
Written by attorney Joseph Harper, over 1 year ago.
If you are renting your home, whether it is a single family dwelling or an apartment, and you discover a notice of foreclosure posted on the property, you may be wondering if you still need... more
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