Posts Tagged ‘landlord tenant law’

For Some Landlords, Vacant is the New Rented

As consumer advocates push for expanded tenant’s rights laws, landlords are wondering where their protections have gone. As a recent op-ed column in The New York Times reveals, the  landlord presiding over an entirely legal eviction can end up vulnerable to a host of potentially dangerous outcomes from disgruntled tenants. And for some property owners, […]


Landlord-Tenant Lawsuits Clog the Courts

You’d think it would be simple. Landlord meets tenant, tenant checks out, a rental agreement is signed: a match made in heaven. But judging from the number of landlord-tenant disputes reaching the courts, the relationship can also go sour. And because investors making money from rental real estate so often become the targets of lawsuits […]