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As a live-in caregiver in an apartment(Section-8), can I be evicted if I’m finding a hard time getting another place to live?
Asked on May 18, 2020 ,  1 Answers

I took care of an elderly woman for 12 years. I was young and thought I was in the lease but I wasn’t. Sadly she passed away. We’re dealing with the covid-19 right now and it’s hard to find someplace else to live. The leasing office told me at first that I was allowed to stay but then I could move t...

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New Jersey Rent Collection & Eviction: COVID-19 Update
Post On Apr. 30, 2020

We are now about four weeks into the COVID-19 crisis here in New Jersey and across the country. I hope you’re all healthy and safe. Today, we’re talking about how landlords are collecting rent from tenants. It’s important to balance the ability of landlords to collect rent with the sensitivity we ne...

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Bankruptcy Strategies for Financially Distressed Commercial Tenants During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Post On Apr. 27, 2020

Bankruptcy Strategies for Financially Distressed Commercial Tenants During the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond. Bankruptcy Attorney Broward? Call 954-384-6114 Bankruptcy During Covid-19 The current COVID-19 pandemic is presenting numerous challenges for commercial tenants and will continue to do so eve...

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A LEGAL ANALYSIS OF THE COVID-19 EVICTION MORATORIUM ORDINANCE
Post On Apr. 06, 2020

A concise but not exhaustive legal analysis of the eviction moratorium ordinance enacted in Santa Clara County, California effective 3/24/2020. Similar or identical to such ordinances in the San Francisco Bay Area. INTRODUCTION This is a legal analysis of Santa Clara County Ordinance NS-9.287, adopt...

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COVID-19 Pandemic and Commercial Leases
Post On Apr. 01, 2020

Both landlords and tenants are suffering major losses due to the impact of COVID-19. Forced closures of businesses have put a strain on many tenants, preventing them from being able to satisfy their obligations under their leases. FORCE MAJEURE Landlords and tenants under commercial leases are now c...

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California Renters – Can’t Pay Rent Due to COVID-19 Pandemic?
Post On Mar. 30, 2020

California Governor Newsom issued an executive order on March 27, 2020 to impose a statewide moratorium on evictions. If you cannot pay your usual rent, the good news is that you cannot be evicted for now for not being able to pay. You have to follow the rules of the Governor’s executive order to be...

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Can I have a retail store that does not provide access to public bathrooms?
Asked in Walla Walla,  WA May 08, 2015 ,  2 Answers

My husband and I are trying to open a business. We are renting in an existing space. The building inspector said that bathroom was not ADA compliant and so we failed the inspection. I told him that was an employee only bathroom. He stated that all public buildings must have access to a public restro...

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Is it possible to defend against an ADA suit ? My small business didn't have a designated parking space.
Asked in Beaumont,  CA Sep. 11, 2013 ,  3 Answers

This is an automotive type shop. There are no designated parking at all. Everyone has equal access, We have a letter praising our help to handicapped customers. The plaintiff never called us or stopped at the shop to ask for any help...Is it best to just try to negotiate? The dollar amount is 4000. ...

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How to Evict a Tenant In California: The Typical Process of a California Eviction
Post On Jun. 11, 2012

Step One: Prepare Eviction Notice The first step in most eviction cases is the Eviction Notice. This “for cause" notice typically occurs when a tenant fails to pay rent, is too noisy, is selling narcotics, or has does something that violates an important lease cause. In other instances, a “without c...

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