News & Events – Real Estate
Aug 18, 2023
Since 1983, Primmer attorneys have been recognized as the Best Lawyers in America. For the past 40 years, the law firm of Primmer Piper Eggleston & Cramer has had attorneys named on the Best Lawyers in America list.
Primmer Attorney Named as One of the Most Influential Corporate Lawyers Shaping Vermont’s Commercial Scene
Jul 18, 2023
Mark Scribner, an attorney with Burlington-based firm, Primmer Piper Eggleston & Cramer has been recognized as a top corporate law attorney with Business Today.
Mar 17, 2023
Primmer Piper Eggleston & Cramer PC is thrilled to announce that they have again been named as Best Place to Work in Vermont for 2023.
Sep 01, 2021
We wrote last month with an update regarding the July 31, 2021, expiration of the Centers for Disease Control eviction moratorium as part of our blog series on the pandemic-related eviction restrictions in New Hampshire. Two days later, we wrote again to report that President Biden ordered the reinstatement of a federal ban on evictions for non-payment of rent in all counties in America “experiencing substantial or high levels of community transmission” of COVID-19.
August 4, 2021: The CDC Eviction Ban is Back for Tenants in Counties with “Substantial and High Levels of Community Transmission of COVID-19”
Aug 04, 2021
The CDC Eviction Ban is Back for Tenants in Counties with “Substantial and High Levels of Community Transmission of COVID-19” - But For Now That Limits the Ban To Only the Hillsborough, Rockingham, and Strafford Counties in New Hampshire - For the Rest of New Hampshire the CDC Ban Remains Expired.
Aug 02, 2021
New Hampshire courts will now allow evictions against residential tenants to proceed, even against tenants formerly protected by COVID-19-related eviction moratoria.
Jun 19, 2020
This is an update regarding the new restriction on evictions based on nonpayment of rent that became due between March 17 and June 11, 2020 in New Hampshire.
Mar 20, 2020
COVID-19 responsive measures have caused serious disruptions to local businesses and created uncertainty about pre-existing commercial contracts.