Federal Duties of Landlords in the U.S.

by RyanD February 27, 2013 Property Law

The required duties of landlords in the U.S. are clear, multifold, and numerous. Landlords must adhere to their financial, ethical, and contractual obligations in order to serve and protect all stakeholders. Understanding their role in the property management process is the key to establishing good relationships with tenants, maximizing profits, and securing long-term success.   […]

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Legal Considerations You Should Make Before Subletting

by RyanD November 3, 2012 Property

(US law and generally) If you are renting a property, you may have the right to sublet the property if you can no longer fulfill your tenant obligations. You may also be able to sublet only one room of the apartment of the home if you cannot cover rents on your own. Subletting, also referred […]

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Is It Legally Possible To Just Cover One Occupant With Renters Insurance?

by RyanD September 20, 2012 Conflict Resolution

(A US perspective) Renters insurance is an important and relatively inexpensive aspect of rental life, but there is still a large percentage of renters who do not take advantage of this potentially life-altering program. Things can get tricky when there are two roommates living together and only one of them is willing to pay for […]

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