CDC Eviction Moratorium Held Unconstitutional by US District Court, Eastern District of Texas 15:34, March 8, 2021

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By Jason S. Buckley, Garfield & Hecht, P.C. COVID-19 has led to many regulations that impact a landlord’s ability to evict a tenant for non-payment or late payment of rent. Both landlords and tenants should be aware of how federal regulations affect their rights, especially in light of ongoing litigation throughout the country. On September […]

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The Land Use Codes of both the City of Aspen and Pitkin County limit the amount of developable floor area of a house under the floor area ratio (“FAR”) calculations applicable to lots in different zone districts. Depending on the size and location of a particular lot, the amount of developable floor area available to […]

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In construction defect actions and construction contract fee disputes, the general contract between the general contractor and the owner and the subcontracts between the general contractor and its subcontractors often contain fee shifting provisions which provide that the prevailing party in any litigation shall be entitled to recover its attorneys’ fees. Construction defect actions brought […]

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