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Proposed landlord law could strip tenants of rights

10:20 PM, May 1, 2013
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A proposed state bill could overhaul the way Wisconsin landlords rent properties and could strip tenants of many rights intended to protect them.

The State Assembly's Committee on Housing and Real Estate will hold a public hearing on the bill at 10 a.m. today. If adopted, landlords would be allowed to tow cars illegally parked on their property rather than have police do it; they would not have to disclose building defects on property unless the defects were identified by a building inspector; and landlords could seize tenant-owned property in the case of an eviction.

The legislation, ...

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