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Landlord and Tenant Law
This comprehensive online course provides practical information for landlords and tenants and may be applied to facilitate an understanding of their respective rights and obligations under residential and commercial leases. In this seminar, we demystify essential terms and conditions in lease agreements, study the most common types of leasehold estates, and introduce sample language that may be used in drafting landlord/tenant documents.
Required Course Text: Landlord and Tenant Law in a Nutshell (by David S. Hill)
Length: 4 weeks, online
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Course Hours: 16 hours
Course Creators: Scott A. Hatch, JD, and Lisa Zimmer Hatch, MA
Required Text: Landlord Tenant Law in a Nutshell, David S. Hill, West Legal Studies 2009Upon completion of the reading assignments, writing assignments, and tests, students will have learned:
- The differences between leases and other real estate interests
- How to create, modify, extend, renew, and/or terminate a lease
- How to legally screen potential tenants
- The duties owed by landlords to tenants
- The tenant's security deposit and rent payment obligations
- How rent controls, taxes, and insurance impact a tenancy agreement
- How to refer to local standard real estate forms for lease language that protects each party to a lease
- The process of eviction
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Laredo, TX 78041
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