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Category: Landlord-Tenant Law

Property Management Law

The term Property Management Law is broad, and some people may ask specific questions like where can they find laws about their property? Or how can these laws impact them? Each state

California Landlord-Tenant Laws

Do you know of any disruptive tenants or a landlord you just don’t know how to deal with? As a property owner, there are landlord laws and tenant laws that you have

Section 42 Housing

One of the basic comforts in life is having a solid roof over your head. Unfortunately, securing a safe place to live is more difficult for some due to financial struggles. To

How to Sue an Apartment Complex

From blasting music late at night to something as simply frustrating as not cleaning out the lint trap in the laundry room, living with a bad neighbor or two while living in

How To Tell If You Have An Eviction Record

Renters sign a lease in order to establish the terms and conditions for using the apartment or house of a landlord. This lease creates the rules that must be followed along with

How to Report Section 8 Fraud

In early June 2014, probation officers in the Poconos region of Pennsylvania came across records of two individuals under their supervision and noticed that they shared the same residential address. Under certain

How To Evict A Roommate

Sharing expenses with a roommate can be a great way to make ends meet, but sometimes things don’t work out. When roommates disagree, the atmosphere can quickly become strained. In extreme cases

How to Write a Notice to Vacate

Most people think of a notice to vacate as a document that signals the end of the business relationship between landlords and tenants. This is not always the case, although terminating a

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