Keep living in an apartment without paying rent? In the “before times,” it would have been unthinkable — at least without a concerted legal battle with an angry landlord. During the COVID-19 pandemic, though, all that went out the window.
July 4 may be independence day, but landlords were counting on June 30 to end the Covid-related housing eviction moratorium. Now they have another month to wait.
The concept is simple: proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test on a mobile app to enter a restaurant, entertainment venue or a flight. The issues surrounding it, however, not so much.
One of the biggest advantages of renting an apartment is having annoying home maintenance tasks taken care of for you. Water heater kicks the bucket? Your landlord will deal with it. Prank calls aside, your refrigerator stops running? They’ll either fix it or get you a new one.
Gallet Dreyer & Berkey, LLP is pleased to announce that Martindale-HubbellTM and ALM Media have named our Partner David T. Azrin, Esq., to its esteemed roster of 2021 Top-Rated Labor & Employment Attorneys.