Commercial Evictions – When Your Tenant is Behind in Rent

As COVID continues to wreak havoc with our personal lives and our work lives, many businesses are suffering and are unable to pay the rent.  When this occurs, landlords have a choice to make.  Will they evict the tenant or will they work something out with the tenant and hope that sunnier days are ahead Read More

What The Eviction Moratorium Means for Landlords

By now, you have probably heard that Massachusetts’ eviction moratorium, prohibiting evictions of all kinds, except in the most dire of circumstances, will expire tomorrow.   That means a few things.  First, the CDC Moratorium becomes effective through the end of the year.  For tenants who qualify and fill out the necessary paperwork they may continue Read More

Evictions and the CARES Act

Congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act’’CARES Act last week and most of the news has been about the payroll protection program and the checks that the government will be sending out to many Americans in the coming weeks. Section 4023 of the Act relate to forbearance of loan payments for multi Read More