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    Thumbs up Want Some Free Time With a Lawyer to Get Questions Answered?

    Most lawyers charge $200-500 an hour for consultations. By jumping on a webinar this week, you can get some of your pressing questions answered FOR FREE!

    WHAT: Legal Learning Webinar: Legislative Roundup and Open Q&A with Jeff Greenberger

    WHEN: Tuesday, Nov. 15, marks the final Legal Learning Webinar of 2011.

    Starting at 11:30 a.m. Eastern time, this event provides an overview of self-storage legislative campaigns taking place or completed during the year and their significance to the industry as a whole. Legal expert and attorney Jeffrey Greenberger will talk about self-storage laws, including lien-sale procedures and more, for the states of Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Nevada and Tennessee, where the state and national associations have worked very hard to achieve legislative improvement.

    This special extended session will also include ample time for an open Q&A with Jeff. Get your lingering legal questions answered during this informative webinar!

    Leading up to the event, use this thread as the official place to ask questions for the Q&A section, as Jeff will be checking it regularly. You will also be able to ask questions live during the event.

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    Default Re: Want Some Free Time With a Lawyer to Get Questions Answered?

    No questions for Attorney Jeff Greenberger? Everyone out there is running their auctions/collections/unit clean-outs smoothly without a shadow of a doubt? I've heard your stories for too long to know that's not true.

    Let's hear 3-5 legal-related questions that you'd like to hear Jeff respond to. And if you're not registered for the webinar yet, you can do so here. You must sign up as an ISS member, but that's also FREE: https://virgo.confedge.com/ap/regist...6d7&grp=public
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    Default Re: Want Some Free Time With a Lawyer to Get Questions Answered?

    I have to think that this law was written so we would not have to go through the eviction procedure with a tenant we no longer want to do business with, which has just happened to me. Although I have had the pleasure of finding the answering to this question, I would also like it shared with others since no one here was able to answer it.

    Ohio lien law is written "If the occupant pays amount necessary to satisfy the lien and the reasonable expenses incurred under this section, he shall immediatly remove all of his personal property from the self-service storage facility, unless the owner of the facility agrees to enter into a new rental agreement for the storage of the property".

    How would I enforce the "immediatly remove" part of the law. Would I tell him I will only take his cash if he has a moving truck with him? And if not, what would be the alternative? I would have an auction date set, could I continue with the auction even if he paid, remember, he is to "immediatly remove" his personal property.
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    Default Re: Want Some Free Time With a Lawyer to Get Questions Answered?

    Good question, 70mc. Interesting example of a clause that's designed to help operators and could actually inconvenience them. Are there any other rules like this? It will be interesting to see what Jeff says about this.
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    Default Re: Want Some Free Time With a Lawyer to Get Questions Answered?

    That is a good question. Since it is so state specific it might not me perfect as is for the webinar. I will plan to answer the question in more of a “nationwide” term but for the person asking the question, evictions are specifically provided for in Ohio revised Code 1923.02.
    The real issue is what document do you have that allows you to accept payment but also requires the tenant to vacate open acceptance of payment? If you do not have this document, I understand your frustration, you need one.
    We have some great questions for Tuesday but are always looking for more. Please feel free to submit them, even over the weekend.
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