Legal Advice for Lease Agreements — 119 results
Written by attorney Dariush G. Adli, over 1 year ago.
Breaching a contract is when a party involved in a legal contract with others fails to uphold their role as outlined in the contract. The following are the top 10 reasons why breaching a... more
Written by attorney Brandy Peeples, about 2 years ago.
Ok, Landlord. By now, you should have accomplished the following:
1. Obtained a rental license (if your county or local jurisdiction requires one); and,
2. Found a qualified tenant to whom... more
Written by attorney Mark Campanella, over 1 year ago.
Whenever someone chooses to rent an apartment or home with another person (presumably not a spouse for our purposes), there is some inherent risk involved. Under the best of circumstances,... more
Written by attorney James S. Tupitza, 5 months ago.
Many tenants grow frustrated when a landlord does not make timely repairs, or when the conduct of neighbors interferes with the ability to live in an apartment. The Implied Warranty of... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Torres, 11 months ago.
Recientemente he odo historias terribles historias sobre lo que los arrendadores estn haciendo a sus pobres arrendatarios (inquilinos). Este artculo est dirigido... 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 Kevin Koel, over 1 year ago.
Residential tenants have limited rights under their lease agreements and Texas law. However, if a condition exists that materially affects the physical health or safety of a tenant and the... more
Written by attorney David M Blain, almost 2 years ago.
THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF HABITABILITY
Whether expressly written into the lease agreement or not, every lease for the rental of residential property contains a warranty of habitability. This... more
Written by attorney Christopher DeSimone, 5 months ago.
By: Christopher DeSimone, Esq., Gross & Romanick, P.C. What is it? A "constructive eviction" is an extreme remedy asserted by a tenant to terminate a lease before its expiration date. This... more
Written by attorney Howard Van Den Heuvel, 6 months ago.
As a landlord or tenant, you should know your rights under the law. This article covers legal rights of the landlord and tenant for timing, payments, and upkeep under a lease. I also... more