Taking it Seriously: Unusual Lease Violations in Virginia
Whether or not your landlord can raise your rent depends on a number of variables, including the terms of your agreement and where you live. But here are some general guidelines....more
Under sections 48 and 49 of the Residential Tenancies Act, a landlord may terminate a residential tenancy if the landlord, or a purchaser, in good faith requires possession of the rental unit for the purpose of residential...more
Originally published in the Colorado Real Estate Journal - February 20, 2013 – March 5, 2013.
Too often, prospective landlords and tenants give scant attention to the letter of intent stage of their negotiations. The...more
In this issue:
-Changes to Mobilehome Residency Law effective Jan. 1, 2013
-Civil Code Amendments Pertaining To Non Homeowners In Mobilehome Parks
-Changes To The Public Utilities Code
-Changes To The...more
In this program, attorneys Robert Duffett and Martha Mothershead discuss the important issues that attorneys should be wary of when facing serious default situations facing residential and commercial landlord tenant...more
On December 5, 2012, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) revised its enforcement guidance regarding when tenants may be treated as bona fide prospective purchasers (BFPPs). The revised guidance addresses...more
The question often arises whether there is right to a register a construction lien against a landlord/owner’s interest in property with respect to a contract with a tenant to provide improvements to its leased premises. In...more
Biotechnology laboratory facility leases present unique commercial leasing issues that landlords and tenants should anticipate if they are to achieve successful leases. A diverse industry group, biotechnology...more
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