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Can 'agents' represent landlords in court?

Tuesday, November 07, 2006

"The Supreme Judicial Court recently heard arguments in a landlord-tenant matter that could significantly change the definition of what it means to engage in the practice of law. The SJC will decide if a non-attorney agent, acting on behalf of a landlord, had engaged in the unauthorized practice of law by filing and litigating a complaint against a tenant in the Housing Court." Click on the link below to view this October 23, 2006 article.

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