The Landlord and Tenant Proceedings Committee focuses on current law and issues pertaining to the relationships between landlords and tenants, as well as other occupants of real property. The Committee’s primary goal is to keep members of the Committee up to date on this ever evolving field. The Committee generally holds four evening meetings each year, at which presentations on topics of interest to the members are made by well qualified speakers, usually with CLE credit for attendees. Presentations are generally followed by a Q&A period. Examples of topics for which presentations have been made at recent meetings include Landlord-Tenant Update – 2016; Yellowstone Actions; Reasonable Accommodations for Animals in Housing; and Bed and Breakfast Occupancies.
Committee membership is open to members of the Real Property Law Section.