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Written by attorney Brian Hanis, about 1 year ago.
MOLD, that ever present problem that both Landlords and Tenants have to face. First, it is important to understand that how the mold becomes present depends on who is liable. For example, a... more
Written by attorney Waine C Riches, about 1 year ago.
If a tenant is behind in rent, a landlord may serve the tenant with a Three Day Pay or Quit eviction notice.
Many landlords use theeviction program on the Utah State Courts' web site:... more
Written by attorney Douglas Wright, about 2 years ago.
Your rental property is for sale. You have a long term tenant that is current with the rent and doesnt want to leave. But, you need the tenant to vacate the property prior to the close of... more
Written by attorney Rebecca Lavie, about 2 years ago.
With the increase in the number of foreclosures over the past few years, it is not only homeowners who are feeling the effects. Many foreclosed properties are not the primary residences of... more
Written by attorney Brendan Ross, over 1 year ago.
This short guide outlines a variety of eviction notices that are used by landlords in Chicago. Using the proper one is critical to a successful eviction, and serving the wrong form of... more
Written by attorney Robert Colbert, over 1 year ago.
An unlawful detainer action is necessary after a landlord has properly served a tenant with a pre-eviction notice and the tenant has failed or refused to vacate the premises.
Written by attorney Andrew Esposito, over 1 year ago.
Recently, I had a client consult that brought up some questions that I do not hear frequently, but strike me as very common.
If a tenant pays "X" amount per month for a period of years as... more
Written by attorney Cristen Messina, over 1 year ago.
With the current state of the real estate market and the prevalence of foreclosures in our area, it is important to know your rights as a tenant. The Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act... more
Written by attorney Stewart Crawford, over 1 year ago.
Security Deposits. A security deposit (sometimes referred to as a damage deposit) is a sum of money that a landlord may charge a tenant to ensure that the rented property is not damaged or... more
Written by attorney Karen Poirier, over 1 year ago.
There are very specific laws concerning security deposits. Whether you are a landlord or a tenant it is important that you know the laws so you can protect your rights.... more
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