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In mid–November, Fage138 bought shares of GameStop, a staple mall tenant that sells electronics and gaming merchandise.
In recent years, building owners have offered such amenities as gyms and cafes to their tenants, he added, but those will likely be scaled back in favor of basics like cleanliness and smart technology.
In many cases, an eviction filing is enough to get tenants to move out, even though it technically is only the start of a larger process and tenants are not legally required to move out upon receiving the notice.
Flexibility in state and federal orders gives local judges discretion in terms of finding judgments against tenants, even if the actual removal is delayed by the moratoriums.
Change making is a central tenant of how to survive and thrive and not just withstand crisis.
During the week of March 15-22, landlords filed 129 eviction notices against tenants.
The tenants pay to use the land for a wide range of purposes, from operating churches and other nonprofit organizations to running commercial enterprises.
THE GOVERNMENT PROMISED TO RETURN ANCESTRAL HAWAIIAN LAND, THEN NEVER FINISHED THE JOBBY ROB PEREZ, HONOLULU STAR-ADVERTISER, AND AGNEL PHILIP, PROPUBLICADECEMBER 19, 2020PROPUBLICA
Whatever the benefits for tenants, eviction moratoria are tough on landlords, including small-time property owners with few units.
Until the pandemic hit, he paid little attention to tenant protections.
When the building was ready, he took one of the top floor units for himself, and began looking for tenants.

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