Landlords, Leases And The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act

Law360, New York (November 10, 2015, 12:24 PM EST) -- Jeffrey P. Naimon

Valerie L. Hletko As President Obama slows the drawdown of troops overseas — and as the nation expands its fight against ISIS — a growing number of service members will seek the benefits and protections of a nearly century-old law that protects them on the homefront while they serve on active duty: the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act. Although most of the SCRA focus over the past few years has been on the law's foreclosure and interest rate protections, the SCRA is a broad statute that can affect nearly all of a service member's civil obligations.

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