Experienced Landlord Tenant Lawyers in Miami, FL
When disputes over lease or rental agreements arise, contact our experienced landlord tenant lawyers in Miami, FL at the law office of Tammi A. Calarco, P.A., to receive informative and helpful information and legal advice.
The terms of a lease or rental agreement are the most important things for landlords and tenants to consider when entering into an agreement. Terms such as the amount of rent due each month, the due date of the rent, and who is responsible for repairs are just a few of the terms that should be clearly defined in a lease agreement. Additionally, all terms must be in compliance with local city and state laws.
Turn to our landlord tenant lawyers in North Miami, Florida, when you need an assessment of your lease agreement or have a residency dispute.
Resolve Disputes Quickly
Tenants may have a difficult time finding another apartment or home if he or she decides to leave their current living situation. Other landlords may ask for a previous reference from your former landlord and a negative reference could prevent you from getting the residence you want. As a landlord, it doesn’t do you any good to be tied up in a dispute with your tenant, especially if it involves a default on rental payments.
Our firm works diligently to see that the matter is resolved as quickly as possible. While we always try to reach an amicable agreement whenever possible, we’re not afraid to take a case to court if that is what is needed.
Contact the law office of Tammi A. Calarco, P.A., to resolve your legal dispute. We proudly serve clients in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties in Florida.
Disagreements between landlords and their tenants often become ugly, causing hardship and grief on both sides. That is why we recommend that you seek legal assistance as trouble arises.
Count on the tenant dispute attorneys at the law office of Tammi A. Calarco, P.A., to work toward the most favorable outcome for you.
In this legal relationship, both sides have rights and responsibilities. The property owner has the right to receive the rent on time and have access to the property for repairs after giving proper notice. The landlord has the responsibility to maintain the rental property in safe condition and return the security deposit when the lease conditions are met.
On the flip side of the coin, the tenant has rights, too. These include the rights to fair access to housing without discrimination and to live in a habitable house or apartment. The renter also has responsibilities, such as paying the rent on time and the right to privacy. This means the landlord must give reasonable notice for a request to enter the property for repairs.
When the two sides disagree on any of these rights and responsibilities, it is time to consult with an attorney who has experience with these issues. This is the most efficient and effective way to resolve disputes and have your rights protected.
Call the law firm of Tammi A. Calarco, P.A., today for a consultation.