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  1. Eviction for noncompliance with rental agreement

    Evictions Eviction for noncompliance with rental agreement ...
  2. Eviction for nonpayment of rent

    Evictions Eviction for nonpayment of rent ...
  3. Evictions for Reasons Other Than Non-Payment of Rent Handbook

    This brochure contains general information on landlord-tenant law and is intended for educational use only. It is not a substitute for legal advice and does not create any attorney-client relationship between the reader and Rhode Island Legal Services, In ...
  4. In Rhode Island- Fair Housing is THE LAW

    Evictions Landlord/Tenant Mobile Home Parks In Rhode Island- Fair Housing is THE LAW ...
  5. Termination of periodic tenancy

    Evictions Termination of periodic tenancy ...
  6. Foreclosure Rescue Scams

    Home Purchase, Improvement and Foreclosure Foreclosure Rescue Scams ...
  7. Apartment/Home Maintenance Problems

    1. Introduction Under Rhode Island law, your landlord has a legal duty to keep your apartment in safe, clean and good repair. If your landlord does not do this you may, under certain circumstances be able to make the repairs or correct the problem on your ...
  8. Applying for Subsidized and Public Housing

    There are several types of subsidized housing in Rhode Island. Most of the eligibility rules are the same for all types of housing, but some of the application procedures are different. This guide will explain the basic information you need to apply for a ...
  9. Fair Housing

    If you have been denied your housing rights, you may have experienced unlawful discrimination. Landlord/Tenant Fair Housing.pdf ...
  10. How to Handle Rent Increases

    Rent increase procedures in Rhode Island General Rent Increase Rules Under Rhode Island law, the rental agreement between a tenant and a landlord is a contract. A landlord is permitted to attempt to increase a tenant's rent by any amount for any reas ...
    How to Handle Rent Increases