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Lauren Parsons Langham
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Apartment Owners & Property Managers: Have You Posted Your Signs Yet?

Apartment Owners & Property Managers: Have You Posted Your Signs Yet?

As part of the Florida legislature’s effort to raise awareness of human trafficking – labor and commercial sex trafficking – it passed legislation requiring “public lodging establishments” to post signage regarding human trafficking in a conspicuous location accessible to employees. While subject to some exclusions, public lodging establishments include apartment buildings along with other property types.

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Considerations for Landlord on Responding to Tenant’s Request for Rent Relief

Coronavirus

Because of required closures and other challenges facing businesses during this pandemic, many tenants are unable to meet lease obligations and/or asking for concessions from landlords. Rather than wasting precious resources arguing about whether the tenant’s performance is excused based on force majeure, frustration of purpose or other legal concept, consider strategizing with your tenant to come to a mutually acceptable solution. When developing a working solution with your tenants, consider: What do you as landlord need at a bare minimum? What does your tenant need? Are there creative solutions to be had? What resources are available?

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