This article is not intended as legal advice for any specific issue that might arise, since every situation is different. Always consult a knowledgeable landlord attorney with your specific legal issues.
By Mark Busch, Attorney
A Multnomah County jury just awarded an injured tenant over $20 million for injuries the tenant suffered on an apartment walkway that failed. The tenant partially fell through a hole in a concrete walkway that crumbled beneath his footstep. He ended up with injuries to his right leg and right knee that required surgery.
Calling today a great day for America, American workers, and small businesses, President Trump signed into law S. 2155, the “Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act."
Editor's Note: The next MHCO Management Training Seminar is three weeks away - June 13th in Medford. We are very excited to be welcoming Bjorn Hess as our one of MHCO's newest members who will also be presenting at MHCO's training seminar on June 13th. Bjorn
Editor's Note: The 2018 Oregon Primary Election on last Tuesday was brutal for Oregon community owners and landlords and business owners. It was a dismal election night for some of Oregon's strongest opponents of rent control.
By Zach Koucos, Senior Director, HFF