by Legal Aid Society of Cleveland in Cleveland, OH (1223 West Sixth St., Cleveland, 44113) .
|Statement||Peter M. Iskin.|
|Contributions||Legal Aid Society of Cleveland (Ohio)|
|LC Classifications||KFO590 .I835 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxx, 656 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||656|
|LC Control Number||2004273691|
Ohio Eviction and Landlord-Tenant Law (5th ed.) is a practitioner's manual. It is a manual principally for attorneys (and advocates) who represent or counsel tenants or landlords, and for judges and magistrates who hear eviction actions or other residential landlord-tenant cases. Of course, it is a manual for tenants and landlords as : The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland. Ohio Eviction and Landlord-Tenant Law (3d ed.) is a practitioner’s manual. It is a manual principally for attorneys (and other advocates) who represent or counsel tenants or landlords, and for judges and magistrates who hear eviction actions or other residential landlord-tenant cases. Of course, it is a manual for tenants and landlords as well. Ohio Eviction And Landlord Tenant Law book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Ohio Eviction and Landlord-Tenant Law (3d ed.) is a 5/5(2). INTRODUCTION In Ohio, landlord-tenant relations and obligations are governed by the Ohio Landlord Tenant Act (Ohio Revised Code ) and by the Eviction statute (Ohio Revised Code ). Other laws are also applicable to the landlord- tenant relationship such as The Fair Housing Law and disability specific laws.
Residential tenants have the protection of the Ohio Landlord Tenant Act of ’s Chapter which prohibits self help evictions on the part of landlords. Commercial tenants (those using the rented premises for other than residential purposes, do not have this protection. A tenant can be evicted in Ohio if they violate a health, building, safety, or housing code. In these instances, the landlord is required to provide the tenant with a Day Notice to Comply, giving the tenant 30 days to correct the issue. Ohio law empowers landlords to evict tenants for the following reasons: Nonpayment of rent – If a tenant does not make a rental payment, landlords may issue a 3-Day Notice to Pay or Quit. If the tenant still does not pay, then the landlord can proceed with formal evictions. -Unless there is a local order protecting tenants from evictions, courts can issue eviction citations, and eviction hearings can start as of -For Texas-specific information and resources, see 's website on Property Law Issues During COVID and its publication, Evictions During the COVID Pandemic.
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