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2012 landlord tenant law


Friday, October 26, 2012
Registration & Continental Breakfast: 8:30 a.m.
Seminar: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Three NAAEI Continuing Education Credits
Embassy Suites (formerly Doubletree)
550 Winter Street, Waltham, MA 02478
(Entrance is on First Avenue, no access from Winter Street)
Join us for a short summary of updates and a quick refresher course for industry veterans. Then more than an hour will then be dedicated to interaction with the attendees, who will be encouraged to share their own experiences and advice. Phil will moderate the discussion, offering additional insights. This promises to be a wide-ranging, practical exploration of the legal problems you encounter on a daily basis.
Philip S. Lapatin, partner in the Boston office of the law firm Holland & Knight, has been providing legal advice to the Greater Boston Real Estate Board since 1973 and to members of the Rental Housing Association through its legal hotline.
Mr. Lapatin is the author of the recently updated Eighth Edition of the Massachusetts Landlord Survival Guide. The Guide is both thorough and easy to follow, making complex issues readily understandable by landlords, property managers, brokers and investors alike. Attendees will receive a copy of the recent edition, which explains the newest legal developments impacting your business, including:
• Are amenity fees legal?
• What types of housing accommodations are still subject to rent control
• Is a landlord required to conduct criminal background checks on prospective tenants?
• Is a landlord subject to liability when a tenant’s dog attacks another resident?
• Must a landlord refund all rent received from a tenant living in an illegal apartment?

Ashton ProCare

REGISTRATION - Includes one copy of the Eighth Edition of the Massachusetts Landlord Survival Guide, per paid attendee.
Members: $135 | Non Members: $155 | Member Discount Rate (5 or more) $119

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