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Regulating Tenancy Relationships in Jordan: Pro-Landlord, Neutral, and Pro-Tenant

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The legal relationship between landlords and tenants has always been a complex issue. This article analyzes landlord‐tenant legal relationships in Jordan and the extent to which the legal rules are pro-landlord, neutral, or pro-tenant. The analysis will help in providing proposals for reforming the law in a manner that take the interests of all parties involved into account. This article concludes by arguing that legislation on landlord and tenant relations in Jordan is weakened by the conflicting rules in the Civil Code and the Landlord‐Tenant Law.

Affiliations: 1: College of Law, University of Sharjah Sharjah UAE


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