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Vetstein Law Group: New Massachusetts Domestic Violence Law Allows Victims To Break Leases, Have Locks Changed

By Richard D. Vetstein, ESQ Under the new Massachusetts Domestic Violence Act recently signed into law, victims of sexual assault and stalking have the right to break their leases without significant financial penalty, have the landlord change their locks, and other important protections. The important...

State Net Capitol Journal Legislative Updates: New Foreclosure and Mortgage Relief Laws in Oregon and Florida

GOVERNORS IN BRIEF: FLORIDA Gov. Rick Scott (R) signed SB 1852, legislation that will distribute $200 million to pay for various mortgage relief programs to help Sunshine State residents harmed in the real estate collapse. The money is part of the state's $8.4 billion cut of the $25 billion settlement...