landlord - tenant issues
Tenancies are defined as "Possession of land or property as a tenant."
Tenancies may be established in written form through a lease or rental agreement or they may be established in oral form by a verbal agreement.
Our attorney can assist you in creating written leases or rental agreements or in reviewing such documents and explaining your rights and responsibilities.
When people agree either verbally or in writing to terms controlling a tenancy, they don't usually expect such agreements to breakdown or the relationship established between a Landlord and Tenant to break down, but the occasionally do just that.
If your tenant or landlord has violated your agreement, you might need an attorney to assist you in determining what your rights are and how or even if you should take some action.
From evictions and unlawful detainers to negotiating releases from burdensome leases or enforcing landlord repairs, our attorney may be able to assist you.