Landlord/Tenant laws affect all aspects of a tenancy, from move-in (starting with tenant screening) to move out (when and how a tenancy ends). Both landlords and tenants have specific rights and responsibilities.
Typical disputes occur when a tenant feels that his or her rights have been violated, or when a landlord claims that a tenant has failed to comply with a lease or rental agreement requirement, such as to pay rent on time.
Many landlords and tenants are able to negotiate an agreement on their own, but should a landlord-tenant dispute end up in court (for example, in an eviction or personal injury lawsuit), both landlord and tenant will need an experienced attorney to represent them.
At Mani Law, we are experienced in the aspects of residential and commercial disputes, and look forward to helping you resolve your dispute.