How to Bring an Action for a Constructive Eviction?

Answer Constructive eviction occurs when a landlord fails to keep a property up to standards as defined by your state law. Failure to provide hot, running water, safe electrical wiring, and heating or gas... Read More »

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Constructive Eviction Law?

A constructive eviction is an action that a tenant takes if the residence is uninhabitable due to health or safety issues. The tenant has a number of responsibilities to perform before the situatio... Read More »

How to Know the Difference Between Constructive and Non Constructive Criticism?

Criticism is the application of judgement through evaluation, resulting in either positive or negative feedback for a receiving part. Presenting negative feedback may not be easy, but is a hallmark... Read More »

Can an action in forcible entry and detainer eviction be filed against the Condo Owner if fine imposed for violation of rules and Regulation?

Your question is complicated. Since you offer no clue as to the severity of the violation, we can only offer rather generic answers. Read your governing documents to determine which violation has o... Read More »

Statute of Limitations to Bring Action Under the NYS Property Disclosure Act?

The New York Property Condition Disclosure Act requires sellers to inform potential buyers on known conditions of houses and other residential properties. A buyer may pursue claims against a seller... Read More »