12:00-1:00 p.m., Zoom link – Register here »
Learn and discuss the issues facing both landlords and tenants in the coronavirus pandemic. We’ll discuss eviction moratoriums including conflicting federal and state laws. Some states are offering tenants rental assistance; who receives it and how do tenants apply? Some federal assistance is available for landlords if they have a federally insured mortgage. We’ll also address the obligation created by the past due rent; it’s not forgiven but is it collectable. How do the competing demands of landlords and tenants shape the economic toll of the pandemic? What are the public policy ramifications of only helping the tenants. What stress does that place on the housing chain if only one link is given relief?
Jeffrey Daybell, Access to Justice Staff Attorney, Utah State Bar
Dave Todd, Landlord/Tenant Attorney, Law Offices of Kirk A. Cullimore
1 hour CLE credit (pending).
For questions about this event contact Lori (801) 587-0059.