There are a variety of legal protections for active duty servicemembers outlined under the servicemembers civil relief act. They are relevant to civil judicial proceedings and financial transactions. The Department of Justice outlines six main benefits and protections including: the …View more
As a landlord or property manager, it is important for you to be well-versed in the SCRA and how it applies to you and your business, specifically a lease termination. An error in this area can cost you dearly, so …View more
When you rent to a service member, it is important to understand how the SCRA applies to your lease as a landlord or property manager. Violations of the SCRA can result in steep fines and penalties, so staying informed and …View more
As a lender or property manager, you may be aware of the provisions of the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, but COVID-19 has had an impact on some of these provisions, as it has had on most parts of the world’s …View more
The answer is probably “yes”, but it appears that both Congress and DMDC might need to do some clean up.
The SCRA, at 50 USC §3911(1) defines a “servicemember” as a member of the “uniformed services” as defined in 10 …View more