Barry Ansbacher Lectures on Landlord Tenant Law

Barry Ansbacher will be the lecturer at Landlord Tenant Law: How to Prosper in the New Market seminar presented by Sterling Education Services, Inc. on January 14, 2014 in Jacksonville Florida.  For registration information, the detailed agenda, or additional information go to:

Program Summary:

In uncertain economic times, no issue is too small and no detail too insignificant to cause tension between a landlord and their tenant. Being proactive by drafting airtight leases and utilizing stringent screening processes, while knowing what options are available when a tenancy goes bad, can reduce the damage caused by defaults and evictions and help avoid problems before they start. Our faculty will give you the benefit of their knowledge and experience while providing realistic solutions to the challenges you and your clients encounter.

Program Highlights:

  • Security deposits and personal guarantees
  • Impact of bankruptcy
  • Conducting legal evictions
  • Abandoned property: notices and timelines
  • Tenant’s rights & obligations
  • Landlord obligations before and after eviction
  • Late fees and inspections
  • Handling problem tenants
  • Legislative update
  • Prelease consideration
  • Special circumstances in public and subsidized housing
  • Mobile homes
  • Screening and qualifying tenants legally
  • Ethical behavior and considerations
Who Should Attend:

  • Attorneys – General Practice
  • Building Managers
  • Real Estate Brokers
  • Attorneys – Bankruptcy/Debtor-Creditor
  • Attorneys – Transactional
  • Attorneys – Lease and Contracts
  • Attorneys – Litigation
  • Developers
  • Building Owners
  • Leasing Agents
  • Landlord & Tenants
  • Other Real Estate Professionals
  • Attorneys – Landlord Tenant
  • Attorneys – Real Estate
  • Attorneys – Evictions
  • Property Managers
  • Housing Authorities