Professor Rodriguez-Dod Examines “No-Fault” Evictions

FIU College of Law Professor Eloisa Rodriguez-Dod recently gave a presentation at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review Ben J. Altheimer Symposium, the school of law’s signature scholarly conference.

In 1972, the Uniform Law Commission adopted the Uniform Residential Landlord and Tenant Act (URLTA). It was enacted in 20 states and provided an “impetus for the widespread adoption of the implied warranty of habitability and laws restricting retaliatory eviction.”

This year’s symposium, “A Question of Balance: 40 Years of the Uniform Residential Landlord and Tenant Act and Tenants’ Rights in Arkansas,” discussed the work of the commission, current topics in residential landlord-tenant law, and current Arkansas law and policy.

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