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In Philadelphia, owners of real estate have a legal obligation to pay taxes. If those taxes are not paid the City will enter a judgment against the property owner. If the judgments are not
Phila. Code Section 6-800 (“PLDCL”) has become an increased source of litigation in recent years. Many tenants will sue landlords under the ordinance for violation of the Code. The law requires landlords to certify that
Many landlords are unclear on when they are obligated to test their properties for lead. In Philadelphia, a landlord must test the property for lead where; 1.) The property is built before 1978; 2.)
The Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas recently heard the case of Houston v. Analaris Homes, 161101449. The case sheds light on topical issues surrounding the Philadelphia Lead Disclosure and Certification law (PLDCL). Section 6-809 of the