Anderson, Marino Discuss What Landlords Need to Know Concerning Eviction Regulations in Texas Multifamily & Affordable Housing Business
Stinson LLP Partners Ashley Anderson and Erin Marino authored an article for Texas Multifamily & Affordable Housing Business that details eviction regulations in Texas and provides guidance for landlords concerning their responsibilities within the rapidly changing eviction-statute landscape.
The article, titled "Navigating Eviction Regulations in Texas: First Things First," evaluates the Covid-19 impact on eviction proceedings, details the who, what, when and where of a notice to vacate and emphasizes the importance of reviewing the most up-to-date orders, statutes and cases in order to confirm the status of applicable statutes, restrictions and/or programs before filing an eviction in Texas.
"Even before the onset of a global pandemic and the imposition of eviction moratoria, effecting an eviction in Texas is a daunting task," Anderson and Marino write. "The applicable statutes impose deadlines, require notices and provide a systematic (yet complex) framework for the eviction trial and appeals process, all of which require careful analysis."
Anderson's practice encompasses a variety of real estate transactions, including the buying and selling of office buildings, retail centers, warehouses, industrial facilities, raw land and hotels. She has extensive experience representing domestic and foreign purchasers, sellers, lenders and investors in complex real estate transactions throughout Texas and nationwide, and regularly represents landlords and tenants in all stages of commercial lease negotiations.
Marino's practice focuses on complex commercial real estate transactions with an emphasis on real estate development, acquisitions, dispositions, leasing and financing. She represents developers, owners, landlords, tenants and lenders on real estate matters concerning various commercial real estate asset classes, including multi-family, mixed-used, unimproved land, hotel, office and medical properties, and regularly advises clients on real estate joint venture investments.
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