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Landlord-Tenant Law

Landlord-Tenant Law

Wednesday, August 21, 2019
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM (EDT)
2 Seats Remaining

Event Details

You really can't afford to miss this seminar! Attorney Patrick Johnson will cover the most important legal issues associated with operating multifamily rental property in North Carolina, including a complete review of the topics below PLUS discussion of the most recent changes to laws affecting NC landlords.

Evictions & Lawsuits – Issues, defenses, and ways to win

NC Debt collection laws

Landlord legal myths – including newly explored myths

Referral fees and other regulatory issues, including Real Estate licensure laws

Industry trends in charging fees to residents, particularly utility fees

Early termination fees, minimum notice fees, and concession charge-backs

2019 Legislative Update

Discussing the cutting edge of the NationalFair Housing Trends

Registration/cancellation deadline is noon on August 19, 2019.

About the Instructor:

Patrick is a partner with the law firm of Brownlee Whitlow & Praet, PLLC and manages the firm’s Charlotte office.  Patrick is a passionate advocate for the multifamily housing industry and maintains a practice focused on the representation of residential property owners and management companies throughout the State of North Carolina, as well as on real estate litigation, business litigation, commercial collections, contract review and drafting, and fair housing defense.  Patrick is a graduate of the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill and Mississippi College School of Law and has practiced law for over ten years.  Prior to joining Brownlee Whitlow & Praet, PLLC, Patrick was an associate attorney with Brownlee Law Firm, PLLC. 

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