Housing providers are required to follow landlord-tenant laws at the state and local levels. In some instances, a multilayer jurisdictional patchwork exists and can create a plethora of confusion. Below is a map with links to landlord-tenant laws for all 50 states, and Washington, D.C. This information may not reflect a complete picture of all applicable laws in each jurisdiction, so please contact a licensed attorney for more information.
NAA Concerns and Position of Opposition to Proposed Draft of Uniform Residential Landlord and Tenant Act Update (July 2015)
Allowing Renters to Pay More Flexibly
Making on-time, in-full rent payments is difficult for many modern renters. Some residents live paycheck…