Landlord tenant law is highly complex and is governed by real estate law, contract law, and federal and state legislature. Our most common practice areas involving landlord tenant disputes include the following:
Under Florida Law, Landlords must provide their tenants with a clean and safe unit.
We represent tenants who have been wrongfully denied their right under Florida law to safe and habitable living conditions. Florida statute provides ample protections to tenants where they have been unfairly denied a habitable unit after giving notice to landlord and landlord's failure to remedy the problem. (Fla. Stat. 83.51). landlord tenant attorney florida landlord tenant law tenants rights
Are you renting a home with mold?
Mold in a rented home or apartment, if left untreated, can be highly dangerous to individuals residing in the property. If you have mold in your home, and your landlord has refused to remedy the problem after giving them written notice of seven days, you must contact an experienced landlord-tenant lawyer to fight your case against your landlord. As a tenant, you have rights under the Florida Landlord Tenant Act where you must be provided a habitable unit that is free from mold, and other conditions that threaten your health and safety. landlord tenant attorney florida tenants rights
Are you a landlord seeking to evict a tenant? You must consult with an experienced landlord tenant attorney before you begin to make steps in the eviction process so that you are in compliance with Florida law.
Are you a tenant that is being unfairly evicted? We represent tenants seeking eviction defense. It is important that you are in compliance with your lease agreement, but it is equally important that you are aware of your rights under federal and state law regarding your eviction.
For help with the eviction process, contact us at 407-512-0050. landlord tenant law
La ley de inquilinos y de propietarios de viviendas es compleja y es guiada por la ley de bienes raíces, de contratos, y la legislatura al nivel federal y estatal. Nuestras áreas de práctica más comunes que involucran disputas entre propietarios e inquilinos incluyen las siguientes:
Desalojos y defensa de desalojo
Daños a la propiedad de alquiler
Disputas de depósito de seguridad
Casas y apartamentos inhabitables
Problemas de moho que amenazan la salud y la seguridad de los inquilinos
Si necesita un abogado con experiencia en su caso con respecto a la ley de inquilinos y proprietarios, llamenos hoy para programar una consulta.