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2020 Advanced Landlord-Tenant Practice in Missouri

Discussion will include:  Recent cases involving landlord tenant disputes  How recent court decisions have affected the practice of landlord tenant law  Recent experiences in trying landlord tenant cases other than routine rent and possession cases 
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Practice Area:
General Practice |  Real Property
Format:
Audio and Video

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Discussion will include: 

  • Recent cases involving landlord tenant disputes 

  • How recent court decisions have affected the practice of landlord tenant law 

  • Recent experiences in trying landlord tenant cases other than routine rent and possession cases 

  • Examples of how trial judges are applying the recent landlord tenant cases as well as the not so recent statutes that have been enacted dealing with evictions 

  • Some unusual issues that the practitioner may encounter in the course of representing a client in a landlord tenant matter as well as attorney client relations in a landlord tenant case 

  • Evolving law relating to the implied warranty of habitability and the current application of the implied warranty of habitability as both a defense and the basis of a cause of action 

  • Dispel some common myths about landlord tenant law so you can be prepared to rebut those myths 

  • Exculpatory clauses in leases and what clauses can be enforced and what clauses cannot be enforced 

  • Some actual trials involving the issues above and share the ‘Judge's Findings of Fact and Conclusion of Law and Judgment’ in those cases 

  • Different methods of eviction in Missouri including 

              * rent & possession 

              * unlawful detainer 

              * “immediate” eviction 

  • Abandonment and tenant defenses 

Speaker:  Robert J. WiseAttorney at LawKansas City 


Note: This material qualifies for self-study credit only. Pursuant to Regulation 15.04.5, a lawyer may receive up to six hours of self-study credit in a reporting year. Self-study programs do not qualify for GAL Certification, ethics, elimination of bias or Kansas credit.

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