Rhode Island Municipal Law Questions & Answers

Q: The city of Warwick Rhode Island has just told me that my apartment is illegal I have 30 days to move what are my rights

1 Answer | Asked in Municipal Law and Landlord - Tenant for Rhode Island on
Answered on May 7, 2016
Neville Bedford's answer
The terms of your lease will be very important in evaluating your rights. If you can't resolve the situation with your landlord, consider meeting with and retaining an attorney to assist you.

Q: What court has jurisdiction over Middletown, RI Municipal Ordinance 130.01?

1 Answer | Asked in Municipal Law for Rhode Island on
Answered on Dec 2, 2012
Neville Bedford's answer
http://www.middletownri.com/government/19/147/Municipal-Court

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