Legal Advice for Renting — 295 results
Written by attorney Kenneth Love Jr., over 1 year ago.
Bankruptcy and Foreclosure Prevention
How bankruptcy can be an effective tool to save a Client'... more
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 Richard Alagood, over 1 year ago.
If you have ever leased an apartment, house, or even an office, warehouse or storage unit, you more than likely had to pay a deposit to the Landlord as security for your performance under... more
Written by attorney Robert Friedman, over 1 year ago.
Many New York tenants returned home after Hurricane Sandy to find catastrophic damage and loss of power, heat, hot water and elevator service. New York residential(including cooperative)... more
Written by attorney Carlton C Casler, almost 2 years ago.
A landlord cannot collect a security deposit equal to more than one and one-half months rent. For example, if the monthly rent is $1,000.00, then the maximum security deposit a landlord may... 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
Written by attorney Brandy Peeples, almost 2 years ago.
Let's face it, Landlord, your relationship with your tenant may -- like all relationships -- have its ups and downs. Expect these bumps. Expect that at some point your tenant may make... more
Written by attorney Peter Lamont, about 2 years ago.
A common question in contract law is Are oral agreements enforceable?The simple answer is that they can be.
A contract exists when there is an agreement between two or more parties that... 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 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
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