Saturday, February 20, 2010

Commercial Landlord-Tenant Dispute

From today's Tuscaloosa News comes news of a sentence for menacing that followed a dispute between a landlord and his tenant, the operator of a restaurant, over property at the restaurant.  Those of you who teach Berg v. Wiley may find this story helpful in illustrating the hard feelings that sometimes develop between landlords and their commercial tenants.  The landlord in this case remains defiant.  The payoff quote from the landlord: "From my cold, dead hands will you take my right to bear arms, and when I’m laying on the ground taking my last breath will you take my property rights.” Alfred Brophy

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