Changes in Landlord Law

LANDLORDS BE ON THE LOOKOUT – Senate Bill 179 is making its way to the Governor’s office for signature. It is expected to be signed into law this year. There are sweeping changes, and some “gotcha’s” that all landlords need to know about that deal with disclosures, security deposits and criminal conduct of the tenants.

Once it is signed, I will break down the entire law, i.e., pros, cons and advice to be successful under the law.

Also watch for my upcoming seminar in Rock County on this law and how to prepare a tenant file for the courtroom. Date and location and guest speaker are to be determined at this time.

This blog entry was prepared by Brian A. Schuk, partner, Wassel, Harvey & Schuk, LLP. It does not constitute legal advice, create an attorney-client relationship, or constitute legal authority.

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