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Looking at state law surrounding the eviction of tenants suspected of criminal activity, P.2

Previously, we began looking at the topic of expedited eviction of tenants, which we pointed out to be the most efficient way for landlords to address situations where tenants are involved in criminal activity in connection with the leased property.  

Looking at state law surrounding the eviction of residential tenants suspected of criminal activity, P.1

Landlord-tenant relations are not always easy to navigate, whether as a landlord or as a tenant. Both tenants and landlords owe one another specific duties, and failure to abide by those duties can result in legal disputes. This is especially prevalent in an eviction situation of tenants suspected of criminal activity.

Seeking remedy for landlord's failures: working with experienced advocate

Last time, we began looking at the duties residential landlords under state law. One important point to make about these duties is that, in order to enforce them, tenants must be meeting their own legal obligations. These include paying all rent legally due under the lease and performing certain daily maintenance duties.

Don't move too fast when it comes time to move

Moving into a new home is an exciting (and stressful) event. Chances are you are very motivated to act fast and get your paperwork completed. Any delay can only draw out the process and push back a moving date, which can be devastating in a competitive housing market and if you have no place else to stay.

3 options for resolving disputes between tenants and landlords

Signing a contract as a tenant or a landlord entitles you to certain protections and rights; it also binds you to certain responsibilities and obligations. In some cases, a signed lease is all you need to prevent disputes because it should explicitly detail the permissions and expectations for each party.

Toxic mold in your apartment? Take action now

Whether you're dealing with constant respiratory symptoms and wondering if mold could be the root cause or you have already found some in your apartment, mold is not something any tenant wants to deal with. However, it's common in humid and poorly ventilated environments, such as bathrooms and basements, and knowing what your rights and obligations are as a tenant can help you if mold ends up being an issue.

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