A common call into our office is one from a residential landlord wondering what to do in the following scenario: a tenant moved out at the end of their lease, but they left a lot of property behind, and the landlord is wondering what their options are.
In this video, Attorney Jessica M. Kramer discusses how to terminate a residential tenancy, what type of notice to use, and provides answers to some commonly asked questions.
How To Serve An Eviction Notice May 10, 2022 | Landlord Attorney Joe Andreoni discusses how to serve an eviction notice in Wisconsin. For more information about serving eviction notices, or other landlord and/or eviction questions, contact Kramer, Elkins & Watt, LLC at 608-709-7115 or email@example.com.
CDC’s Eviction Moratorium Upended by Supreme Court August 27, 2021 | COVID | Current Events | Landlord The Supreme Court issued a new opinion on August 26, 2021 which will perhaps be an end to the ongoing dispute over the legality of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s (the “CDC”) eviction moratorium (the […]
Can I reject a tenant based on criminal history? July 7, 2021 | Landlord The law in Wisconsin (including Madison) currently does not prevent using criminal background to screen potential clients. However, federal law does prohibit using arrest records (open criminal cases are considered arrest records) as a basis for a denial. Even if […]
CDC Eviction Moratorium Extended Until July 31 June 24, 2021 | COVID | Landlord The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced on June 24 that it is extending its order, Temporary Halt in Residential Evictions to Prevent the Further Spread of COVID-19, set to expire on June 30, until July 31. In issuing […]
Nationwide Eviction Moratorium Extended March 29, 2021 | COVID | Current Events | Landlord The CDC’s eviction moratorium, first put in place by the Trump Administration in September of 2020, has been extended until June 30, 2021. The new Director of the CDC signed the extension order on March 28. What do residential landlords […]