Written Assignment For this Unit 6 Written Assignment you are expected to:
1.Demonstrate the ability to retrieve documents through advanced searches, refine search strategies, and explain the strategies you used to refine your search.
2.Define, compare and contrast legal terminology and identify, compare and contrast statutes of two states, and explain the purpose behind and the importance of the identified statutes.
3.Compose your written work using correct grammar, spelling and punctuation.
4.Demonstrate clear organization and structure of your paper that is easy to follow.
5.Use language that is rich, precise, and vivid.
6.Build upon the concepts you have learned involving the landlord-tenant relationship. The Unit 6 Written Assignment builds upon the Midterm paper and requires that you engage in independent research using your text, the LexisNexis library, and internet resources such as the Landlord Protection Agency site Landlord Tenant Law – State by State rights of Landlords and Tenants.
****In your 3-4 page paper on the rights and duties of a landlord, you should: 1.Compare the same two states for this assignment as you did in the Unit 5 Paper. 2.Compare and contrast the landlord rights and duties of the two states of your choosing (Florida and Georgia). 3.Identify which state provides greater landlord rights and protections and why 4.Identify which state requires more duties of the landlord and why 5.Describe the areas of the law that landlords are provided greater rights and protections 6.Describe the areas of the law where greater duties are imposed on the landlord 7.Compare the relative rights of landlords and tenants •Does the same state provide greater rights and protections for the landlord or the tenant? •In which state’s areas of the law are the landlords provided greater rights and protections? •In which state’s areas of the law are the tenants provided greater rights and protections? •In which state are greater duties required of the landlord? •In which state are greater duties required of the tenant?