Baker & Taylor
A reference for residential landlords shares comprehensive guidelines for saving money and maintaining legal requirements, providing coverage of everything from screening tenants to hiring a property manager. Original.Book News
Stewart, an author, and attorneys Warner and Portman offer a legal guide for landlords. They address screening tenants; preparing leases and rental agreements; basic rent rules; security deposits; discrimination; property managers; getting the tenant moved in; co-tenants, sublets, and assignments; the duty to repair and maintain the premises; liability for tenant injuries from dangerous conditions, environmental health hazards, and criminal activity; right of entry and tenant privacy; ending a tenancy; returning security deposits and other move-out issues; problems and dispute resolution; late rent, terminations, and evictions; and finding a lawyer and doing legal research. The book includes state-specific information and legal forms and letters. Annotation ©2016 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR (protoview.com)Ingram Publishing ServicesThe legal forms and state rules every landlord and property manager needs
To keep up with the law and make money as a residential landlord, you need a guide you can trust: Every Landlord’s Legal Guide
From move-in to move-out, here’s help with legal, financial, and day-to-day issues. You’ll avoid hassles and headaches—not to mention legal fees and lawsuits. Use this top-selling book to:
- screen and choose tenants
- prepare leases and rental agreements
- avoid discrimination charges
- hire a property manager
- keep up with repairs and maintenance
- reduce the chance of personal injury lawsuits
- make security deposit deductions
- handle broken leases and terminations
- deal with bedbugs, mold, and lead hazards, and
- comply with laws regarding tenant privacy and disclosures.
The 13th edition is completely revised to provide your state’s current laws covering deposits, rent, entry, termination and late rent notices, and more.
Every landlord and property manager needs to know the laws in their state in order to run a successful business, stay out of legal trouble with tenants, and minimize lawyer fees. This book provides comprehensive state-specific information and dozens of legal forms that the millions of U.S. landords and property managers need—all for the price of less than 30 minutes of a typical lawyer’s time.Baker
A reference for residential landlords shares comprehensive guidelines for saving money and maintaining legal requirements, providing coverage of everything from screening tenants to hiring a property manager.