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Landlords and Act 143

Posted by Mara Spring | Sep 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

With the help of attorneys for landlords, Wisconsin legislatures have been drafting a new law to fix some of the issues created with the April 2012 legislation (Act 143).  This new law has been passed out of committee and is now before the State Senate.

This bill will have many changes that should make life for landlords a little easier.  Specifically, the ability to evict tenants for the commission of crimes, while continuing to protect victims of those crimes.  Stay tuned for more information.

If you need an attorney to assist you with a money judgment case, please feel free to contact this office at 262.728.0700 to further discuss your circumstances.

This blog entry was prepared by Brian A. Schuk, partner, Wassel, Harvey & Schuk, LLP.  It does not constitute legal advice, create an attorney-client relationship, or constitute legal authority.

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Mara Spring

Mara Spring is a legal professional with nearly 20 years of experience that led her to her position today. Her legal career has brought her through several areas of practice, including criminal prosecution, business and transactional law, and family law practice. Mara also serves a mediator in le...

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