Bill in Pennsylvania to protect property owners from ‘squatters’ heads to governor’s office for approval

Bill in Pennsylvania to protect property owners from ‘squatters’ heads to governor’s office for approval


In recent months, the issue of so-called squatters’ rights has been a point of contention in various states throughout the country. 

After multiple high-profile cases of squatters – people who illegally entered a property and remained there for an extensive period without any rental agreement – gained notoriety, some governors in the country decided to take action. Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) and Gov. Kathy Hochul (D-NY) were among those who passed legislation protecting property owners in their states from squatters. Pennsylvania might be the next state to take action.

Pennsylvania Sen. Dan Laughlin proposed legislation in the Spring to help protect property owners in the Keystone State from squatters. Laughlin’s bill would “codify Pennsylvania case law to establish more certainty for homeowners, landlords, and law

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