Vermont Property and Real Estate Laws
Created by FindLaw's team of legal writers and editors | Last reviewed November 28, 2017
Whether you rent your apartment on a month-by-month basis or have just paid off the mortgage on your dream home, Vermont's property and real estate laws are meant to protect the interests of all parties involved. FindLaw's section on Vermont's property-related laws, written for non-attorneys, explains the laws that hit closest to home without all the legalese. In this section, you will learn about your rights as a tenant, including the legal ins and outs of rental agreements and leases. In addition, you'll learn about the state's homestead protection act, which can help you keep a roof over your head when facing economic hardship. Click on a link below to learn more.
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