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    Lauren is an attorney in the firm's Lexington office and a member of the Litigation Department. She has experience in a wide array of sophisticated litigation matters, including: complex contract disputes; commercial and ...

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Evicting a tenant for non-payment of rent, otherwise known in Kentucky as a forcible detainer action, is usually the most straightforward method for a landlord to terminate a tenant’s right to the premises. Although Kentucky judges will offer a hearing to any tenant who requests one, one of the few accepted legal defenses a tenant can present during this hearing is proof that rent was in fact paid within the required timeframe. This is because under the Uniform Residential Landlord Tenant Act (“URLTA”), a landlord waives the right to evict a tenant if the landlord has accepted any payments (full or partial) after beginning the eviction process.

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