LA Law Library Hosts Free Workshops for the Public on Landlord and Tenant Rights April 27, 2015

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As part of a week-long offering of dozens of free programs for the public, on April 27, LA Law Library is providing three informative workshops exploring the rights and responsibilities of tenants and landlords. If you are a tenant or a manager or owner in Los Angeles County and want to understand your rights, this is a workshop series you should not miss.

On April 27, LA Law Library is providing three informative workshops exploring the rights and responsibilities of tenants and landlords.

Participants will learn about fair housing laws, housing discrimination and how to prevent lawsuits. Experts in the field will cover owner responsibilities, requesting repairs, code violations and how to access legal services. Invited speakers include representatives from the Housing Rights Center, Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles and legal experts on landlord/tenants’ rights.

These classes are part of LA Law Library’s Law Week celebration honoring National Law Day. For more information on how to register for these or any of the other free Law Week events, please visit http://www.lawweek.lalawlibrary.org or call 213.784.7379 or e-mail: lawweek(at)lalawlibrary(dot)org.

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