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What Is the Landlord Tenant Law?

by: Teo Spengler

Landlord-tenant law is the body of laws and regulations that regulate real estate rental contracts. It varies significantly between jurisdictions. You'll find the rules applicable to rental agreements, including evictions and other issues in your ...
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What Is Renters Insurance?

by Claire Gillespie

What Does Renters Insurance Cover?

by Chelsea Levinson

What Can You Do When Your Neighbor's Fence is on Your Property?

by Patrick Gleeson, Ph. D., Registered Investment Adv

How to Write an Eviction Letter

by: Michaela Davila

Being a landlord can be a prosperous venture, especially if you can do more than cover costs and make an income on the property you lease. Once the property is paid for, the lease money becomes straight profit. As with any other money-making ...
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How to Stop Sheriff Evictions

Receiving a notice of eviction can be embarrassing as well as scary. Landlords may evict tenants for failing to pay rent and possibly for breaching ...

Renter or Tenant Rights in Iowa

by: Roger Thorne J.D.

As a tenant in a rental property in Iowa, your rights are protected under the state's landlord-tenant laws. These laws impose restrictions and duties on both the tenant and the landlord. The Iowa landlord-tenant laws can be difficult to understand, ...
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How to File for a Restraining Order in Ohio

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How to Place a Restraining Order Against a Husband

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Can You Evict a Cohabiting Partner for No Cause?

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Reporting Slumlords and Other Landlords

by: Contributor

Landlords who fail to provide tenants with habitable living environments are sometimes known as slumlords. A tenant can take action against a slumlord who violates an existing rental agreement by reporting him to various organizations.
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How to Sublease a Room

Subleasing a room is renting out a room(s) by a tenant or the lessee. This is done when the lessee is away for an indefinite period of time and would ...

Restraining Order Information for Texas

by: Contributor

In the state of Texas, obtaining a restraining order (referred to as a "protective order") is free of charge and available to anyone who has a relationship with a person who has threatened or caused bodily or mental harm. If you find yourself in a ...
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Abuse of Restraining Orders

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Types of Eviction

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Eviction Procedures Without a Lease

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How to Start Eviction Process for Non-Payment of Rent

by: Contributor

Under the ancient traditions of the common law, a landlord could forcibly evict a tenant who had violated his or her lease. Now, this self-help remedy has been expressly forbidden by most states as a guest peaceful public policy. Today, states ...
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