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Faculty | Landlord-Tenant Law: Lease Agreements, Defaults, and Collections Seminar | Burlington, VT | June 02, 2016
Landlord-Tenant Law: Lease Agreements, Defaults, and Collections Seminar

Angela N. Zaikowski - (Bennett & Zaikowski, P.C.):
ANGELA N. ZAIKOWSKI, a partner in the law office of Bennett & Zaikowski, P.C. in Shelburne, focuses her practice on landlord-tenant law matters, civil litigation, corporate law, and business law. Ms. Zaikowski represents individuals, landlords, regional corporations, and international corporations, and she oversees the daily operations of the Vermont Apartment Owners Association, LLC. She also serves on legislative study committees and participates in the legislative process, drafting potential legislation and testifying in legislative committees on issues impacting commercial and residential landlords. Ms. Zaikowski is a member of the Vermont Bar Association and the Chittenden County Bar Association. She is a frequent presenter of landlord-tenant law and property management seminars for attorneys, private landlords, and property managers. Ms. Zaikowski received her B.S. from the University of Portland and her M.S.E.L. and J.D. from the Vermont Law School.

Jonathan T. Bond - (Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity):
JONATHAN T. BOND is the director of Vermont Tenants and the Mobile Home Program, two statewide programs of the Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity, a non-profit Community Action Agency in Burlington. Vermont Tenants has been providing information on Vermont’s landlord-tenant statutes to tenants and housing providers since 1981. The Mobile Home Program is the primary resource for mobile home residents, including residents in the 242 registered parks and affordable housing advocates in Vermont. Approximately forty percent of Vermont households are represented by one of the two programs. Mr. Bond received his B.S. from the University of Maine and his M.S. in Community Development and Applied Economics from the University of Vermont.