Landlord/Tenant Disputes

While moving into a new residential area is exciting, it can also be an incredibly stressful experience. Once a lease is issued, there are multiple scenarios where the tenant will blindly sign on the relevant contract without a read. In these cases, the rules and regulations of property law are simply ignored and tenants become oblivious to what is required of them by the landlord. This issue can become a significant problem, leaving landlords and tenants exposed to believe one party isn’t acting in good faith. Issues like these often lead to Florida Landlord/Tenant Dispute.  An example of these types of issues is where multiple tenants are faced with unreasonable charges for late payments on the rent on a daily basis causing frustrations to the tenants when faced with hardship.

If you are faced with Florida Landlord/Tenant Disputes like these, it can be established that you (as a tenant or landlord) have had your rights violated. You shouldn’t have to suffer through financial crises because of an illegal charge on late fee payments and other associated costs that are enforced. If your landlord or tenant has violated the legal terms of the lease, an attorney can be acquired to help you through the situation. An attorney with a detailed knowledge on Florida Landlord/Tenant Disputes in real estate law can help you fight for your rights.

After signing a lease, it is essential for tenants and landlords to communicate about questions and issues they may have. It is also essential to keep records on whether you have already tried to communicate with your landlord or tenant about your concerns.

While some landlords prefer an oral leasing agreement, it is essential to ensure that a written document is established. That way the rights of both the tenant and the landlord can be protected. This way, if there are any areas of concern, changes, or additional requirements by either party, it can be clarified in a single instance. Once the agreement has been established, it can then be signed by both parties.

While it may seem simple to establish real estate agreements, the best decision for both parties would be to acquire the services of a competent attorney specializing in real estate law and Florida Landlord/Tenant Disputes. That way if any disputes arise, it can be settled through the enforcement of legal procedures.

Tenants who have been wronged should never be intimidated by landlords stating that they have signed an agreement. Seeking the help of an attorney specializing in real estate issues can help you determine if your rights have been violated. That way you can determine if you are eligible for compensation.

At the Law Offices of Gretchen Ortiz, as we are specialized in real state law, understand that dealing with landlords and tenants can be stressful. That’s where we come in.

Our experienced and professional attorneys guarantee to guide clients through the entire procedure with no hassle. We won’t let you down. Contact us now, for consultation.

A few of the common types of Landlord/Tenant Disputes include:

  • Discrimination.
  • Unreasonably high charges on late payments.
  • The refusal to return the deposit.
  • An unfair amount of deposit returned.
  • Failure to make repairs on the property.
  • Wrongful eviction.
  • Failure to disclose payments.
  • Charging excessively.
  • Misrepresentation of the property conditions.
  • Failure to disclose property information.
  • Failure to disclose rules and policies.
  • Failure to issue the termination of the lease.

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