Examining the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Landlord-Tenant Law
Created on December 21, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic of 2020 has wreaked havoc on virtually every industry and business in this country and the legal profession is no exception to that proposition. More particularly, practitioners in the landlord-tenant area have been hard pressed as many long standing procedures have come to a grinding halt and great uncertainty abounds as to what the future holds for this area of practice. In this course we explore what practicing landlord-tenant law in the COVID era entails. Presented by Kenneth W. Biedzynski, Esq., this course will canvas and discuss general principles of landlord-tenant law and also discuss how these general precepts have evolved in the passing months since the 2020 pandemic began.
In addition to discussing the above concepts transactional forms will be presented and examined.
- Review general laws applicable to commercial and residential leaseholds
- Review checklists for key and material issues that should be addressed by practitioners
- Discuss concerns and issues relating to proceeding with landlord-tenant matters in light of various federal and state moratoriums which have been enacted since the pandemic began
- Develop best practices for moving forward with landlord-tenant cases
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