Landlord and TenantBook - 1998 | 1st ed
It happens to everyone. You need legal help, but you have no idea what you're getting into or where to begin. The thought of hiring a personal attorney-and shelling out outrageous amounts of money in hourly legal fees-makes you cringe. Isn't there a better way?The Ask a Lawyer series arms you with practical, usable advice about common legal situations, answering your questions and familiarizing you with legal procedure before you ever set foot in a lawyer's office. Each book walks you through simple explanations of the law, legal definitions, tips, and sample scenarios, describing what will happen and what your options are. In some cases, these books can keep you from spending money on a lawyer you really never needed.Whether you ultimately decide to handle the matter by yourself or use an attorney's assistance for the completion of your plans, these books can easily save you thousands of dollars in the process.Do you feel harassed by your landlord? Does your tenant never pay the rent on time? The problems that can arise in a landlord-tenant relationship may end up costing serious money if not handled properly and sensibly. This book covers the rights, responsibilities, and duties of both parties; the best ways of dealing with your landlord or tenant and coming up with reasonable solutions; what a tenant should look for in an apartment and a lease; how to evict a tenant or avoid eviction; and how to get out of a lease.
Publisher: New York : W.W. Norton, c1998
Edition: 1st ed
Branch Call Number: 347.2 St82l
Characteristics: xii, 155 p. ; 22 cm