Legal Definitions

Score Higher on the LSAT & BAR Exam Today!

Category: Landlord Tenant Law (page 1 of 2)

What is a Reasonable Accommodation in the Workplace?

Home » Landlord Tenant Law » Eviction Law » Reasonable Accommodation in the Workplace

First, if you need a reasonable accommodation because of a disability, you must first ask your

Read More

What is Right of Entry?

Home » Landlord Tenant Law » Eviction Law » Right of Entry

While a tenant is under lease, the tenant is, for practical purposes, the owner of the property. Thus,

Read More

What is a Security Deposit?

Home » Landlord Tenant Law » Eviction Law » Security Deposit

Most tenancies require security deposits against damages. Security deposits, unlike rent, are not considered the landlord’s property – security

Read More

What is Landlord Tenant Law?

Home » Landlord Tenant Law » Landlord Tenant Law Overview

In the most general sense, landlord-tenant law governs the relationships between an owner, or landlord, of a home and the

Read More

What is a Lease?

Home » Landlord Tenant Law » What is a Lease?

The lease is probably the most important item governing the landlord tenant relationship. The lease is the legal agreement, or

Read More

What is Landlord and Tenant Law?

What is Eviction Law?

What is Eviction Law? An Overview

Home » Landlord Tenant Law » Eviction Law » Eviction Law Overview

An eviction, also called unlawful detainer or summary process, is the legal process and landlord takes to remove

Read More

What are the Eviction Procedures?

Home » Landlord Tenant Law » Eviction Law » Eviction Procedures

Notice to Quit: Most states generally require a landlord to provide a “notice to quit” a minimum number of

Read More

I don’t like my tenant. Can I evict her?

Home » Landlord Tenant Law » Eviction Law » I don’t like my tenant. Can I evict her?

The answer is both yes and no. If the lease has expired

Read More
Older posts

© 2019 Legal Definitions

Theme by Anders NorenUp ↑