Evictions of Public Housing Residents

Evictions of Public Housing Residents

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Course Description:
This course examines the legal definition of eviction, and how to prepare for an eviction, including the common issues raised during the eviction process as well as the court’s role. It covers what is involved after lease termination, common defenses, how to enforce the lease, and how to apply due process in evictions. Attorney-client privilege is defined, as well as specifically how it applies in evictions, and best practices are shared for proper documentation, recordkeeping, and settlements. Duration: 1 Hour.

Instructors:
C. Michael McInnish, Esq.

Audience:
Housing agency employees, human resources managers, supervisors, and executive management.

Learning Objectives:

  • Recognize the legal definition of an eviction and how to prepare for an eviction
  • Recall common issues raised and defenses in evictions, as well as the court’s role
  • Recall what is involved after lease termination
  • Recall how to enforce the lease
  • Apply due process in evictions
  • Recall the definition of attorney-client privilege, and how it applies in evictions
  • Identify best practices for proper documentation, recordkeeping, and settlements

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    • Credits

      • IACET CEU (CEUs): 0.1