Ohio Eviction and Landlord-Tenant Law (5th ed. 2015) is a practitioner's manual. It is a manual principally for attorneys (and advocates) who represent or counsel tenants or landlords, and for judges and magistrates who hear eviction actions or other residential landlord tenant cases. Of course, it is a manual for tenants and landlords as well.
The fifth edition updates and expands the book's overviews and analyses of: (1) Ohio statutes and case law on eviction actions, residential tenancies, manufactured home parks, and land installment contracts; and (2) Ohio case law and federal statutes and regulations on HUD-assisted rental housing programs, relative to eviction actions and terminations of participation in the Housing Choice Voucher program. These overviews and analyses address procedure and practice issues, as well as potential claims, defenses, and remedies.
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About the Author
He was an attorney at The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland from 1973 to January 2015, at which time he retired. He served Legal Aid in various capacities: a staff attorney in the Law Reform Unit from 1974 to 1986; Director of the Law Reform Unit from 1987 to 2004; and Managing Attorney of the Housing Practice Group from 2005 to January 2015.
He also served on the Board of Commissioners of the Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority from 1980 to 1985, where he was chair from 1981 to 1985.
He has argued numerous landlord-tenant cases in appellate courts. He also has litigated numerous federal housing cases in federal and state courts. He is a frequent lecturer on landlord-tenant law and federal housing programs at seminars sponsored by legal services organizations, bar associations, and judicial conferences.