ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — A Maryland lawmaker has sponsored the "Jared Kushner Act," a bill that would prevent state judges from issuing arrest warrants for tenants who are being sued for less than $5,000 in unpaid rent.
Del. Bilal Ali, a Baltimore Democrat, said Wednesday he named the bill after President Donald Trump's son-in-law because Kushner's apartment management company was the state's most aggressive landlord in obtaining civil arrest warrants against tenants.
Tenants of a second building owned by the company of Jared Kushner's family filed a lawsuit Tuesday over rent that they say is inflated illegally. The lawsuit in state Supreme … Click to Continue »
Corporations affiliated with Kushner’s company are know for aggressively requesting arrests of tenants who owe rent.
White House senior advisor Jared Kushner’s apartment company is asking a federal judge in Maryland to hide the names of investors from a class action lawsuit filed by tenants, The Baltimore Sun reported Tuesday. Westminster Manageme...
Jared Kushner’s real estate firm has been getting judges in Maryland to issue arrests for tenants who owe money, according to a report.