Residential Landlord And Tenant Law
Look before you lease. Discover how to survive
today's uncertain leasing economy.
From the rental agreement to security deposits and eviction actions, you need to
stay on top of all aspects of landlord-tenant law. Register today for this
informative seminar and get clarification on how to perform key property
management duties without hassle. You'll find out what you should include in the
rental agreement to avoid problems down the line - such as rent and security
deposit details, and what happens in case of default.
Get tips on screening potential tenants, complying with state and federal
nondiscrimination laws, and legally executing an eviction - should the worst
happen. Don't risk jeopardizing the landlord-tenant relationship and incurring
unnecessary costs and even lawsuits. Attend this seminar and learn to keep your
organization out of trouble.
Benefits for You
- Avoid legal battles by getting a firm grasp of both landlord and tenant
- Tips on drafting better leases
- Determine what questions you can ask on a rental application
- Act appropriately when a tenant abandons the property
- You will be able to review the rental agreement and issues in drafting.
- You will be able to discuss case law and legislative updates.
- You will be able to describe tenant lease defaults and landlord options.
- You will be able to identify evictions and unlawful detainer.
Who should attend?
This seminar is designed for attorneys, property managers, presidents, vice
presidents, general managers, landlords, accountants, controllers, housing
coordinators, real estate agents and brokers, business owners and other real
This program has been approved by the Tennessee
Commission on Continuing Legal Education and Specialization for a maximum of
6.67 hours of credit.
This program has been approved by the Tennessee Real Estate Commission for 8.0
continuing education hours.
This program has been approved by the Virginia
Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Board for 6.5 CLE credit hours, including
0.50 hours of ethics credit.
This course has been approved by the Virginia Real Estate Board for 8.0 hours of