Landlord Tenant Disputes Articles

Navigating the Utah Fit Premises Act
By Benton M. Eskelsen 801-365-1029 benton@snjlegal.com Almost everyone has a story of a nightmare apartment or landlord they had to deal with. The standard advice is usually simply tough it out and move once your ...
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The Need of Contract Review for Entities and Individuals
Whether you are signing a contract as an entity or as an individual it is important to have an attorney review the contract before you sign. A contract of any kind is binding as long ...
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How to Own Your Real Estate
Real estate encompasses not only one’s primary residence but also other real estate such as a vacation home or a rental property. The ideal form of ownership varies depending on the type of real estate ...
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COVID-19 and Landlord Rights
Without question, the impacts of COVID-19 have been felt on a wide scale across the economy of Utah. Many rumors and questions have arisen as to whether these impacts require tenants to pay rent, or ...
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When Disaster Strikes, What Are My Contract Rights?
If you need help or would like to speak with an experienced attorney, please call (801) 365-1030 or click here to contact us. This is a unique and disconcerting time. Challenges arising from the COVID-19 have created ...
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Protections to Owners and Residents of Mobile Home Parks in Utah
If you need help or would like to speak with an experienced attorney, please call (801) 365-1030 or click here to contact us. If you recently purchased a mobile home park, or if you are ...
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Involved in an Eviction? You Won’t Believe How Strict Utah Courts Can Be
It won’t come as a big surprise to anyone that there are specific rules to follow when you are involved in an unlawful detainer (eviction) lawsuit. But you may be surprised to know that failure ...
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Eviction Rules Set to Change in Utah
Starting Nov. 1, 2016, a new court rule will require residential landlords and tenants to exchange more information and to do so earlier in all unlawful detainer (eviction) lawsuits, with failure to comply potentially costing ...
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