As 2013 comes to an end, I wanted to give all of you a quick, end of year wrap-up regarding self-storage statutes…
Jeffrey Greenberger is an active content contributor throughout the self-storage industry, authoring numerous articles concerning relevant legal issues in storage. In addition to the articles hosted here on Self-Storage Legal, many of these can be found in the digital editions of Inside Self-Storage and Mini-Storage Messenger.
In late December Governor Kasich signed into law revisions to the Ohio Self-Service Storage Facility Act (ORC 5321.01 et seq.). As a facility Owner or Manager in Ohio you need to be aware of these changes in addition to what hasn’t changed. The law becomes effective approximately 90 days after the Governor’s signature, for this […]
One of the biggest risks to a self-storage operator is a claim for wrongful sale arising out of an allegation by the (now former) tenant that the required statutory lien-sale notices were not served to him at the right (often referred to as “last known”) address. The tenant alleges he put the operator on notice […]