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2019 Lien Law Updates - WV, NH, IA, GA, VA, MT

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  • 2019 Lien Law Updates - WV, NH, IA, GA, VA, MT

    Good afternoon - The self storage lien laws in West Virginia, New Hampshire, and Iowa were entirely rewritten earlier this year and include many changes beneficial to storage operators in those states. Georgia, Virginia, and Montana also revised their lien laws. Many of these changes will allow you to modernize your practices and will also require revisions to your rental agreement. More details are available on the SSA website:
    Last edited by Amy_ISS; 17th September 2019, 03:10 PM.

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