Legal Advice for Landlord / Tenant — 646 results
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
Written by attorney Victoria Allen, over 1 year ago.
Many questions are asked based upon apartment and home rentals where the landlord is making claims for damages. This guide will help you better prepare for potential problems before,... more
Written by attorney Thomas J Major, over 1 year ago.
New Jersey is one of only four states that provide for rent control. Jersey City is one of 98 municipalities that enacted local rent-control laws. While Hoboken and Bayonne recently... more
Written by attorney James C. Higgs, over 1 year ago.
This is a simple guide to help a landlord find the right forms and process an eviction for either a delinquent or holding over tenant.
Written by attorney Donald Corky Eby, over 1 year ago.
Do you know that when a tenant moves out, if his or her security deposit is not handled properly, the landlord may be liable for the tenants attorney fees AND triple the security deposit?... more
Written by attorney Brandy Peeples, about 2 years ago.
Ok, Landlord. In the words ofInigo Montoyalet me sum up our journey thus far:
1. Youve obtained your local jurisdictions rental license;2. Youve found a qualified, responsible, and... more
Written by attorney Thomas J Major, almost 2 years ago.
HurricaneSandyleft an unprecedented amount of damage throughoutNew Jersey. Many apartments were damaged by flood, wind and other storm damage. Unfortunately, some apartments were totally... more
Written by attorney Sarah Rose Wolk, almost 2 years ago.
Most businesses rent commercial space from a landlord, and with that endeavor generally comes a lengthy and confusing lease. Although it is recommended that an attorney review, and likely... more
Written by attorney Frederic Douglas, almost 2 years ago.
Practical Tips When Moving Out of a Rental
By Frederic M. Douglas
2012, Frederic M. Douglas, All Rights Reserved.
A common scenario for a potential client calling a lawyer about... more
Written by attorney John O'Donohue, almost 2 years ago.
If you are a novice real estate investor,Massachusetts is a terrible place to do business. In fact, it might be one of the worst places in the country for investors operating without enough... more
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