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My Employer Provides Housing as Part of my Compensation of my Employment. If my Employment is Terminated can my Employer Throw me Out on the Street Without Taking me to Court?

As in many cases involving legal issues the answer to this question is it depends. Every person’s situation is different, so the answer depends on a number of factors.

One of the primary considerations involved in employee provided housing is whether or not there is a written agreement. If the agreement is specific and detailed, you may be considered a licensee and therefore, would not be considered a tenant, and thus have limited rights and remedies available to you.

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6 Things Tenants Should do to Protect Themselves Against a Questionable Landlord

Written Communication is best

1. The best advice I can give is to always conduct all communications in writing. In this day and age this has become increasing easy with the introduction of emails and text messaging. Continue reading “6 Things Tenants Should do to Protect Themselves Against a Questionable Landlord”

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