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Nathan Lybarger


Nathan represents landlords throughout Middle Tennessee in eviction actions and in recovery of unpaid balances due.

Law Office of
Hall & Associates
223 Madison Street, Suite 212
Madison, TN  37115
615-868-4101

​​​Fair Housing Webinar

Fair Housing Failures

Six Common Fair Housing Mistakes  

We all make mistakes now and again.  For landlords, those mistakes can cost a lot of money if they violate fair housing laws.  That is why it is important you not make the same mistakes over and over. In this webinar, we will discuss some of the more common fair housing mistakes landlords make every day. Our discussion will include: 

   1.   Failing To Get The Accommodation Paperwork Right

   2.   Failing To Fully Evaluate Emotional Support Animal Requests

   3.   Failing To Evaluate Polices For Disparate Impact

   4.   Failing To Address Problems On The Property

   5.   Failing To Recognizes Retaliation

   6.   Failing To Train Employees


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Angelita Fisher


Angelita represents management companies on all issues involving fair housing and employment law.

Law Office of 
Angelita E. Fisher
6688 Nolensville Rd. 
Suite 108-161
Brentwood, TN 370257
615-305-2803

This is a series of webinars presented jointly by the Law Office of Hall & Associates and the Law Office of Angelita E. Fisher.  We discuss all aspects of the landlord tenant relationship and how landlord tenant laws and fair housing laws overlap.

Wednesday, April 15, 2020

10:00 - 11:00 a.m. Central 

Housing Crossroads Webinar       

  Damages and Deposits           

​        Wednesday, April 29, 2020                 
                 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Central
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​​​​​​​       When are you allowed to charge a deposit?  Are you sure you can deduct all damages from the deposit?  As a landlord, answering these questions can be tricky.  Answering them incorrectly can be illegal.  In this webinar, we will discuss: 

  • When can a landlord require a deposit?
  • When is a deposit prohibited?
  • Legal requirements when accepting a deposit.
  • Process to properly retain the deposit.
  • Best practices for establishing and proving move out damages.
  • Deciding which damages can be recovered.     


This webinar will focus largely on Tennessee law under the Tennessee Uniform Residential Landlord Tenant Act.