2001 Rental Roundtable Archives
from the San Diego Union
- January 14, 2001: Issue of Smoking Ban in
Rental Properties is a Real Hot Potato
- February 4, 2001: When is Landlord's Notice
to Vacate Retaliatory Action?
- February 18, 2001: 60-day Notice is Needed When
Rent Increase is 10 percent
- March 4, 2001: Renter Wants to Keep Manager
Out, Kitty In
- March 18, 2001: Backed-up Toilet Creates a
Legal Mess for Renter
- April 8, 2001: Tenant's Death Raises
Questions for Landlord
- April 29, 2001: New Landlord Seeks Advice on
- May 27, 2001: Can a Tenant Be Evicted for
Stealing an Identity?
- June 24, 2001: Chance to Break Lease Isn't
- July 8, 2001: Grace Period for Renters is
Good Business for Landlords
- July 29, 2001: Rental Expert and U-T
Columnist Writes a "Dummies" Book
- August 5, 2001: What's a Student to Do?
- August 19, 2001: Security Deposit Use
Defined by Law, But It's Up to Interpretation
- September 2, 2001: Drug Paraphernalia
Doesn't Qualify as an Automatic Out for Tenant
- September 16, 2001: Landlord Won't Give
Nuisance Neighbor the Heave-ho
- October 7, 2001: Job Layoff Doesn't Qualify
as Legal Excuse to Break Lease
- October 21, 2001: Problem with Banner
Political or Cosmetic?
- November 4, 2001: Terrorist Attacks Raise
Questions and Stir Fears About Housing, Safety
- November 18, 2001: Roaches, Stinky Carpet
- December 2, 2001: A Rental Lease Usually
Benefits the Tenants more than Landlord
- December 23, 2001: Read All About It: the
Top 10 Best Real Estate Books of 2001 (Robert Bruss)
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