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Landlords Notice Requirements

Indecent Proposals: Tenants giving notice of intention to appoint administrators

by Hogan Lovells on

It has long been a bone of contention for landlords that tenants can simply file a notice of intention to appoint administrators in order to get an automatic moratorium against any enforcement action. This prevents a...more

California Residential Leases: Ten Things to Know (Part 2)

by McManis Faulkner on

Renting a house or apartment in California presents many potential legal pitfalls for tenants and landlords alike. This article is Part 2 of a two-part series listing ten important rights and responsibilities every...more

New Law on Revenge Evictions Goes Cold

by Hogan Lovells on

The BBC reported this week that fewer than half of the local authorities in England have been called upon to prevent so-called “revenge evictions” since new laws came into force on 1 October 2015....more

What Do I Do With This Stuff? Dealing With Abandoned Property After Foreclosure

by Snell & Wilmer on

You’ve successfully foreclosed on a commercial building in California, and, thankfully, the borrower moved out after foreclosure or after a period of tenancy. But the borrower left behind all sorts of property – furniture,...more

Appellate Court Notes

by Pullman & Comley, LLC on

Supreme Court Advance Release Opinions: SC19589 - Velecela v. All Habitat Services, LLC - SC19589 Concurrence - Velecela v. All Habitat Services, LLC - Claim for negligent infliction of bystander emotion...more

Recovering Possession of Abandoned Residential Property

by Reed Smith on

The headline news from the Housing and Planning Act 2016 (the ‘Housing and Planning Act’) makes it look as though there is a good new solution to enable residential landlords to get their property back in their control when...more

(UK) New Rules for ASTs

by Reed Smith on

The snappily titled Assured Shorthold Tenancy Notice and Prescribed Requirements (England) Regulations 2015 come into force 1st October 2015....more

North Carolina Governor Signs HB 174/Session Law 178 into Law – Altering Foreclosure Rights & Remedies in the Landlord-Tenant...

North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory signed HB 174/Session Law 178 into law on August 5, modifying several requirements to the foreclosure process in the landlord-tenant context. Of particular importance, the bill amended the...more

Right of First Refusal Act in Prince George's County, Md., Impacts Multifamily Rental Properties

by Holland & Knight LLP on

Prince George's County Council recently passed CB-27-2013 (Conversion of Rental Housing), to regulate the sale of multifamily rental housing under certain circumstances to protect quality low- and moderate-income affordable...more

Planning for Tenant's Changing Needs: Options To Renew, Expand, Cancel, or Reduce

by Ballard Spahr LLP on

As a tenant's business changes, its needs and space requirements also change. If possible, a commercial tenant should anticipate the possibility of changing needs by negotiating certain beneficial options and rights into the...more

Commercial Landlords in San Francisco Beware

by Allen Matkins on

Chapter 38 of the San Francisco Administrative Code imposes new requirements on commercial leasing activities (both new leases and amendments of existing leases) in San Francisco where the leased premises contain 7,500 square...more

Brownfield Tenants Gain CERCLA Liability Protection

Good News: Brownfield Tenants Gain CERCLA Liability Protection - In December 2012, an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Guidance Memo set out a new EPA enforcement policy. In sum, on a discretionary basis, the...more

EPA Guidance Further Clarifies The Protections Available To Tenants Under Superfund’s BFPP Defense

by Burr & Forman on

As part of an evolving effort to encourage the redevelopment of brownfield properties, the federal Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (“CERCLA” or “Superfund”) was amended in 2002 to provide...more

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