In these distressed economic times, it is not uncommon for a commercial tenant to discontinue its business operations and relinquish possession of the premises even if there are years left on the lea
While most of the public attention nowadays is focused squarely upon property owners losing their homes through foreclosure proceedings, property owners may also forfeit their homes if they are invol
When a tenant breaches a lease agreement, many times the landlord rushes to the courthouse to file a complaint seeking to evict the tenant from the leased premises, only later to find out that the te
In late December, the Lead Paint Disclosure and Certification Law came into effect for residential landlords owning rental properties located in the city of Philadelphia
Separately metering utilities is an effective way of adding value to both multifamily and commercial properties. However, disputes often arise when properties are not metered properly. The legal impl
...homebuyers recognized water infiltration around the windows. The new homebuyers retained the services of an architectural firm to assess the situation. The architectural report revealed...
...its bounds in pursuit of blight. In Philadelphia, the Emergency Service and Abatement Unit, a subdivision of the city's Department of Licenses...
The Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution protects citizens from unreasonable search and seizures along with a need for a warrant judicially supported by probable cause
When a landlord enters into a lease with a tenant, the lease will generally grant the landlord the power to terminate the lease and evict the tenant from the premises if the rent due under the lease
In a real estate transaction involving the lease or sale of commercial property, a real estate broker will typically play a significant role in the transaction
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