RENTER'S RIGHTS: Fighting the Arrogance and Indifference of the Landlord and Property Manager
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Landlord-Tenant Law is complicated. Whether you are renting an apartment home, a condominium, or a house, you rely on the landlord and property manager to provide you and your family with a safe place to live and to properly make repairs to your home when something goes wrong. You hold up your end of the bargain by paying your rent in good faith every month, but what happens when the landlord and property manager fail to take appropriate action to maintain and repair your home and the result is water damage, mold, sewage contamination, insect or pest infestation, bed bugs, fire, or other loss? The situation is naturally very frightening to you and your family. What rights do you have against the landlord and property manager? What should you do? How do you give proper notice of your circumstances to the landlord and property manager? How do the lease documents you signed affect your rights? What if you have been sick in the home due to environmental exposure? How do you legally terminate your lease and protect yourself? How do you deal with your personal property in the rental home when the rental home is contaminated so that you do not take the contamination with you to your next home? What compensation is available to you? What steps must you take before beginning legal action against the landlord, and what are the appropriate legal actions to take to protect yourself? We can answer these important questions for you.
One thing is generally common among landlords and property managers: their arrogance and indifference toward you, the tenant. From the landlord and property manager perspective, you are a rent check every month and the more money they put into maintenance and repairs, the less profit they make on your rent check. Moreover, landlords and property managers are keenly aware of the fact that they have far greater resources to protect their rights and interests than you do to protect yours. Landlords and property managers heavily rely on the fact that you are likely less legally sophisticated than they are and that you do not have the knowledge or financial power to enforce your rights against them. And, they have teams of lawyers protecting them. Shouldn't you? Representing yourself is ineffective and very risky. We can level the playing field with your landlord and property manager and enforce your legal rights against them. We have been handling renters' cases for years. Click HERE to read about us in the news on Landlord-Tenant matters.
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