During times when an increasing number of Americans are being forced to rent, rather than own their homes, there are many questions that may arise surrounding the landlord tenant relationship. For example, what can you really do about noisy neighbors? You can find the answer to this question and many more at LawInfo.com
- Q:If I am being evicted by my landlord, can I stop the eviction by filing for bankruptcy?
A: Maybe, depending on the stage of your eviction proceedings. If your landlord has already completed eviction proceedings and won a judgment of possession, a … More
- Q:Do I have tell my landlord that I have filed for bankruptcy?
A: No. You have no obligation to tell your landlord that you have filed for bankruptcy. However, you may look at your lease to see if it contains any provisions about a … More
- Q:Can my landlord evict me for filing bankruptcy even if I am current on my rent payments?
A: In some cases, your landlord can evict you for filing bankruptcy, even if you have paid your rent in full. Some leases give your landlord the right to evict you … More
In addition to finding the answers to these frequently asked questions, you can also find the answers to state specific FAQs. You can also find information on sub categories, such as Landlord Rights, Leases, Rental Discrimination, and Terminations and Evictions.
Additionally, if you are having a problem, as either a landlord or a tenant, you can find an experienced Landlord/Tenant attorney in your geographic area.
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