This document explains how to tell if you've been a victim of housing discrimination.
Rules about safe housing in Vermont.
I Rent My Home. Can My Landlord Keep Guests Out?Can My Landlord Come Into My Home At Any Time?When Can My Landlord Come Into My Home?EmergenciesWhat Can I Do If Someone Won't Stop Coming Into My Home?What Can I Do If My Landlord Does Not Follow the Access Laws?
Does My Landlord Have to Have a Reason to Evict Me? Does My Landlord Have to Give Me Notice That He Is Planning to Evict Me? What If I Don't Move out after I Get an Eviction Notice?
Usually, no. Unless you have a written lease agreement that has not expired, a landlord may evict a tenant for no reason ("no cause") so long as the proper advance notice is given.
If you are a tenant and your landlord is being foreclosed on, use this form to enter an appearance in the foreclosure case. Once this form is filed with the court you should get notices about the foreclosure case.
Use this letter to let your landlord know about the law about coming into your apartment.
How to file a counterclaim against your landlord using our form. A counterclaim is usually filed with an answer.
General InformationDeciding Between Affirmative Defenses and CounterclaimsFiling Fees Completing the Caption Making the Claims
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