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WHo is not a tenant in PA in context of landlord-tenant law

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Latest post Sat, Apr 8 2017 11:44 AM by Drew. 4 replies.
  • Fri, Apr 7 2017 8:29 AM

    • Drew
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    WHo is not a tenant in PA in context of landlord-tenant law

    IN the context of a large College which operates a broad variety of residential structures both on and off its PA ....which of the following are likely to be exempt from tenant due process protections one normally associates with L-T due process ...not a question about faculty housing .

    1. THe old fashioned dorm rooms for 1-2 people wo any bath or cooking facility in the unit.

    2.  Various forms of suites with 1-2   separate bedrooms for 1-2 people each and generall cooking and bath for each suite.

    3. VArious forms of obviously complete apartment units with 2 bedrooms, kitchens, baths , common living area  



  • Fri, Apr 7 2017 9:23 AM In reply to

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    Re: WHo is not a tenant in PA in context of landlord-tenant law

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  • Fri, Apr 7 2017 4:47 PM In reply to

    • Drew
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    Re: WHo is not a tenant in PA in context of landlord-tenant law

    Thanks!!



  • Sat, Apr 8 2017 6:03 AM In reply to

    Re: WHo is not a tenant in PA in context of landlord-tenant law

    Is it a public or private college?

  • Sat, Apr 8 2017 11:44 AM In reply to

    • Drew
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    Re: WHo is not a tenant in PA in context of landlord-tenant law

    100% private ....not a half in half out state related situation either 

     

     

     

     



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