Renting your house or rental property to military tenants is as simple as renting to civilians. However, it is important to be aware that a military family may be required to relocate at an inconvenient time. As long as you …View more
Large organizations and institutions often know about verifying military service before pursuing court actions against clients. But many individuals who deal with servicemembers can face penalties for noncompliance with the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act as well. Landlords, in particular, need …View more
The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act offers a host of benefits to America’s military personnel. However, many business owners — including landlords — need to be well-versed in the law. Thus, we offer this SCRA FAQ for landlords.
Failure to comply …View more
Landlords and property management firms need to be aware of a change to the SCRA lease termination laws.
The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act protects servicemembers from a host of legal actions, including foreclosures and evictions, without a court order. The …View more
When, despite all efforts, we or you cannot determine the military status of the defendant in your court case, you will need an affidavit of due diligence.
Some businesses deal with members of the military more than others. These include …View more