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Examining the Impact of COVID-19 and the New Administration on NJ Landlord-Tenant Practice


Created on March 02, 2021





As we approach our second year litigating in the COVID-19 era, Landlord-Tenant practitioners will now also have to become familiar with President Biden's new housing policies, a new Biden administration, and new policies in addition to the ongoing constraints imposed by the pandemic. In this program, practitioners will join presenter Kenneth W. Biedzynski, Esq., as he explores the procedural and substantive restrictions and obstacles that practitioners-both residential and commercial-face in this daunting era. This course will canvas and discuss general principles of Landlord-Tenant law (both residential and commercial) and explore how to better navigate the courts amid new statutory developments and policies.

In addition to discussing the above concepts, transactional forms will also be presented and examined.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Review general laws applicable to commercial and residential leaseholds including new decisions and developments

  2. Prepare checklists for key and material issues that should be addressed when litigating in the pandemic era as well as what to expect while proceeding with such matters

  3. Discuss concerns and issues relating to proceeding with landlord-tenant matters in light of various federal and state moratoriums

  4. Develop best practices for moving forward with landlord-tenant cases

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