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  • Milwaukee Eviction Court Case Study

    He conducted the survey in Milwaukee Eviction Court, through in in-person questionnaires of tenants who appeared in eviction court between January and February 201 (Eviction and Reproduction 95). 1,328 evictions were filed, but tenants only appeared in 378 cases and of those, 251 were interviewed (66.4% response rate) (Eviction and Reproduction 95). They were asked about their current residences (rent, number of bedrooms, etc.), outcome of their hearing (evicted, dismissed, postponed, etc.), and their demographic information (Eviction and Reproduction 95). Of that 251, 105 people provided Summons and Complaint forms, which provided high quality data about the reasons for eviction, a roster for all individuals within households, and other information such as race and relationship status (Eviction and Reproduction 95). The results from the court documents showed that in an average year, 3.5% of all occupied rental units, and 7.2% of those living in occupied rental units in high poverty neighborhoods were evicted; an estimated 15,983 adults and children in an average year (“Eviction and Reproduction” 97). 46% of people were from black neighborhoods, compared to 20% from white, and of 703 neighborhoods, 195 were high poverty and 483 were hyper-segregated (“Eviction and Reproductio”n 98). The eviction rate for renter occupied households in black neighborhoods was 7.4%, while only 3.9% and 1.4% for Hispanic and white neighborhoods, respectively (“Eviction and Reproduction” 94).…

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  • Landlord Tenant Law Essay

    A renter must pay the lease on time. Nevertheless, it is the landlord job to make sure he is providing a safe, clean, comfortable, and habitable dwelling that meets the housing code standards. On the other hand, tenants (like Roger) are expected to pay for all the damage incurred on the property during their time occupy at estate. Since the landlord will vouch for the grounds and building making sure that the property is clean, neat, accessible, and in same condition upon the end of his or her…

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  • Lease Vs Operating Lease

    This case study provides an overview of accounting for leases, specifically capital and operating leases. Some researchers have found that managers manipulate leasing data in order to report a large amount of debt on the off balance sheet, rather than on the financial statement (Biondi et al, 2011). When an entity leases property, they must pay installments on the property for the terms of the lease contract (Schroeder et al, 2011). While there are some benefits in leasing property, there are…

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  • The Importance Of House Premises

    13. INSPECTION OF PREMISES. Lessor and Lessor's agents shall have the right at all reasonable times during the term of this Agreement and any renewal thereof to enter the Premises for the purpose of inspecting the Premises and all buildings and improvements thereon. And for the purposes of making any repairs, additions or alterations as may be deemed appropriate by Lessor for the preservation of the Premises or the building. Lessor and its agents shall further have the right to exhibit the…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Home Rentals

    Anaheim short rentals disputes Industries around the world are thriving one way or another; if it’s necessary to abrupt issues with local business or owners, companies will do exactly that in order to make their business successful. Business all over the world are booming within apartment condos and right behind someone’s own neighborhood; websites like Airbnb, VRBO and HomeAway are introducing ways for local homeowners or real estate to convert homes to short home rentals here in Anaheim,…

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  • Sam Stevens Case Study

    Sam Stevens has two potentially legal matters that he is facing at the same time. The first case involves a verbal agreement between Sam and the manager of a national chain store. Sam invented a sound machine that imitates dogs barking in an attempt to deter burglars. Sam told the manager he would ship 1,000 units to the store. It has now been several months later and Sam has not shipped any devices and has received a letter from the store asking for the agreed upon units promptly. A few factors…

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  • Disadvantages Of Renting And Buying A Home

    Advantages and Disadvantages of Renting and Buying Choosing between renting and buying a home is a decision that many will have the opportunity to explore. For some, the decision is a lot simpler to make, than others. Whether you decide to buy a home or, opt for the renting option, neither decision should be taken lightly. The purpose of this essay is to explore some of the advantages, as well as some of the disadvantages to buying a home versus renting one. It will shed some light on why some…

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  • Victorian Civil And Administrative Tribunal Analysis

    VICTORIAN CIVIL AND ADMINISTRATION TRIBUNAL (VCAT) The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT)is organized under the Victoria Civil And Administrative Tribunal Act 1998 and it started functioning on the date of 1st July 1998.VCAT has 15 boards and tribunals to offer and conducts hearings in some areas in Victoria specifically in suburban and regional.Its location was in 55 King street,Melbourne.VCAT vision is to render service to Victorians people in a fair,low cost and efficient way…

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  • Evicted Book Reflection

    Evicted, a New York Times Bestseller book written by Matthew Desmond, captured many faces of a culturally diverse population. Many parallel stories were narrated, yet each was unique and contained tremendous consequences as well as the depth of its kind. The beauty in Desmond’s writing was signified by his audacious remark, with words and sentences that provoked one’s deepest feelings. These allowed the author to develop a stronger connection with the readers as they progressed and…

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  • Tenant's Lease Case Study

    LEASE, made the 1st day of January, 2016 between Luis Alberto Garay, hereinafter called "Landlord" and, Jorge Olguin Serrano, hereinafter called "Tenant(s)." 1. PREMISES/TERM/USE: Landlord agrees to lease to Tenant(s) the house located at 552 Sea Shell Ln, Las Vegas, NV 89110 hereinafter called the "Premises" for a term of 12 months beginning on January 1, 2016 and ending on December 31, 2016, for use and occupancy by Tenant(s) as a strictly residential dwelling. 2. RENT: The rent for the term…

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