Legal Advice for Rent Agreement — 106 results
Written by attorney Matthew Schaap, 9 months ago.
More often than not, landlord-drafted leases contain provisions that allow landlords to collect attorneys’ fees if a tenant breaches a lease. These fee clauses are sometimes one-sided,... more
Written by attorney Sagar P. Parikh, 10 months ago.
California is a very renter-friendly state and affords many protections for tenants. However, many are unaware of the legal rights accorded them–especially regarding security deposits.... more
Written by attorney Sagar P. Parikh, 11 months ago.
Tenants are often concerned with the condition of the premises they are renting. They may be confused as to whether they are responsible for repairing something or whether the landlord is... more
Written by attorney Robert Wittmann, about 1 year ago.
Landlords often try to kick tenants out for not paying rent. Tenants often have a defense, if there are major problems with the premise.
Written by attorney Damian Castaneda, about 1 year ago.
If you are the only one on a lease, do you have the right to kick out your friend or boyfriend/girlfriend without notice?
If you allow someone to live with you, that person may have rights... more
Written by attorney James Caporrino, about 1 year ago.
The Rent Security Deposit Act (NJSA 46:8-19 to 26) ("the Act") provides that alandlord of residential premises must notify a tenant in writing, within 30 days of the initial receipt of a... more
Written by attorney Thomas O. Moens, over 1 year ago.
If you have a written lease, the terms of that lease control. If you have not violated the terms of the lease, and you have paid your rent on time, your landlord cannot simply kick you out... more
Written by attorney Harry N. Konst, over 1 year ago.
Evictions By Harry Konst, Konst Law Offices
Depew and Lancaster, New York
Landlords seeking to remove tenants from their real property for nonpayment of rent must follow a strict... more
Written by attorney Kieran O'Donnell, over 1 year ago.
A Tenants Guide to
Oregons Residential Landlord Tenant Act
Landlord tenant law can be highly technical. Before you take any action it is important that you speak with somebody that has a... 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
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