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
How does the SCRA affect landlords or property managers?View more
As a landlord, you may wonder if you are allowed to evict a tenant with active military status.
You are right to ask this question, because making a mistake in this area can cost you dearly, not to mention wreak …View more
Lenders, landlords, people who rent storage lockers and other things to the public, must always be vigilant about staying in compliance with the SCRA. Servicemembers’ dependents may also enjoy some protections.
The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, a federal law that …View more