What You Need to Know NOW: Evictions & Bankruptcies Update
The Complicated State of Evictions and Tenant Bankruptcies
Instructed by: Jerry Carlton, Attorney, Glast, Phillips & Murra
Recommeded for: All office team members
NAAEI CECs: 3
Class Description: Do you know what it takes to win evictions and properly handle residents with bankruptcies? Don’t miss a step and lose your case or make the wrong move with bankruptcies. Join Attorney, Jerry Carlton to learn the proper procedures and best practices when dealing with evictions and bankruptcies.
In this class you will learn:
- Current information on (a) CDC Declarations, (b) CARES Act properties and (c) City of Dallas Notice of Possible Eviction ordinance.
- Current information on court requirements to process evictions under these laws
- How you need to deal with the requirements of these laws to get your eviction.
- Step by step instructions on how to win your evictions.
- Insider tips about procedures, forms, notices, and in the court.
- The dangers of violating the bankruptcy automatic stay.
- Delay tactics that debtors and their lawyers use.
- How to avoid the often proposed 3 to 5 years payback period in a Chapter 13 plan.
- Why residents get a break, but not a free ride if they want to stay.
- Why you need a knowledgeable attorney
About the Instructor: Jerry Carlton, Attorney, Glast, Phillips & Murray
Jerry L. Carlton, an experienced attorney, helps property owners and managers with all their legal needs dealing with residents, vendors and employees throughout Texas. He helps with solutions for evictions, tenant disputes, tenant bankruptcies, fair housing claims, vendor contracts, vendor disputes, employee issues and overall daily property management legal issues. He teaches and writes for TAA, AAGD and their members on these topics, and has done so for many years. He has a long list of articles written for Rooflines and classes he has taught for AAGD. Jerry graduated from University of Texas - Austin and University of Houston Law Center. He works at Glast, Phillips & Murry, P.C., a 60 attorney Dallas firm ranked as one of the 50 largest in Texas.
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