How to Survive Legally As a Landlord
Drawing on thirty-eight years of experience representing landlords, Attorney Robert Friedman explains how to successfully screen tenants without discriminating, draft leases, quickly evict tenants and collect rent judgments in the How to Survive Legally As a Landlord.
There are twenty common legal mistakes that landlords and their attorneys make. Default notices, notices of petition and petitions are often incorrectly prepared, served and filed,specially with Section Eight tenants. Landlords fail to protect themselves with key lease provisions. Landlords are not taking advantage of Limited Liability Companies (LLC) and other asset protection strategies. Landlords need to know what to do in the event a tenant dies or is arrested for drug-dealing.