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Landlords Are Accepting Partial Rent Payments. Ruling Shows This Might Be a Mistake

Landlords Are Accepting Partial Rent Payments. Ruling Shows This Might Be a Mistake

The economic downturn amid the COVID-19 pandemic has caused some to accept partial rent payments from struggling tenants. By Cedra Mayfield | March 04, 2021 at 07:16 PM | The original version of this story was published on Daily Report Online Closeup of red, white for rent sign attached, hanging on wooden apartment, house, home, building door with glass windows Landlords, beware. The economic downturn amid […]

Challenges for the Furloughed Individual: A Housing Perspective

furloughed federal worker

I just got off the phone with a national housing news reporter. They wanted to know the types of calls we at Oppenheim Law have been fielding from employees who have been furloughed by the unprecedented government shutdown; and the kind of advice we have been giving these individuals. Although I could only speak in generalities under the attorney-client privilege, […]

Florida Supreme Court Mandates Foreclosure Jurisprudence Be Played On A Level Playing Field Entitling Homeowners to Attorney’s Fees For Faulty Foreclosures

Uneven Playing Field Banks And Homeowners

The Florida Supreme Court recently ruled that when a homeowner legitimately defeats the bank in a foreclosure case, regardless of the reason, the bank is required to pay the homeowner’s attorney’s fees. The Oppenheim Law team recently had the honor of filing a friend-of-the-court brief (otherwise known as an amicus curiae brief) in the case of Glass v. Nationstar, which has […]