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Tag Archives: Landlord-Tenant

Property Law: Landlord-Tenant-Preclusion of Assignment and Sublease-Breach of Lease

Defendant rented a mobile home lot from plaintiff; the terms of the lease stated that the property could be occupied only by the named tenants and that the lease was not assignable or subleasable without plaintiff’s approval. Defendant and her ...

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Landlord – Tenant: Residential Lease-Implied Warranty Of Habitability-Exculpatory Clause

(1)Where a landlord challenged a judgment for a tenant on her claim for breach of the implied warranty of habitability, the 2017 lease and its exculpatory clause were immaterial because sufficient evidence showed that the tenant’s damages occurred when the ...

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Landlord-Tenant : Rent And Possession –  Implied Warranty Of Habitability – In Custodia Legis Procedure

Kohner Properties, Inc. v. Johnson (MLW No. 71812/Case No. SC95944 – 16 pages) (Supreme Court of Missouri, per curiam; Fischer, C.J., Wilson and Russell, JJ., concur; Breckenridge, J., dissents in separate opinion filed; Stith, J., concurs in opinion of Breckenridge, J. Draper and Powell, JJ., not participating)

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