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  • Housing Rights of Persons with Disabilities

    There is not enough low and moderate- income housing to meet the need. Persons with disabilities may have even fewer housing choices. Some rental units could become suitable with a few changes. The landlord's rules or policies might need to change before the tenant could live there. What are a tenant's rights in such cases? Read More

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  • Evictions 101

    Many people don’t know what to do when their landlords threaten to evict them. The law protects rights of tenants. It also protects rights of landlords. Like other legal topics, issues in landlord-tenant law can be complicated. Still, most of the basic rules and steps parties must follow are fairly simple. Read More

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  • Landlord Notices to Tenants

    Landlords give notices to tenants for several reasons. This information will help tenants understand these notices. Read More

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    Iowa Legal Aid
  • Move Out in Three Days? Are They Serious? The Meaning of Eviction Notices

    What would you do if your landlord told you to move out in three days? Would you really have to pack up and be out in three days? What would happen if you were not out by then? This review of the eviction process focuses on the notices that are given to tenants, and what they really mean. Read More

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    Iowa Legal Aid
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    Spanish / Español
  • Mobile Homes in Iowa

    This resource concerns the rental of lot space for a mobile home or modular home. If the mobile home itself is rented, a different law, Iowa's regular landlord/tenant act, applies to the rental of the mobile home. Read More