Mediations on the rise as students try to get out of rental contracts

Mediations on the rise as students try to get out of rental contracts

More students are mediating their rental agreements with landlords since the COVID-19 pandemic caused BYU to shut down the campus. Many students have returned home but find themselves still obligated to pay the rent for their off-campus housing. BYU’s Center for Peace and Conflict Resolution anticipated to see a rise in mediations last month and issued a statement to set expectations for students.

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