One thing that many students experience for the first time while attending college is living in a space without their parents or other authority figure. Living in an off-campus rental can oftentimes be an enjoyable experience for students. Unfortunately, however, problems with off-campus rentals may arise and students may need to seek advice and/or representation from an attorney for any number of housing issues.

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