Landlord and tenant attorney
Relationships between landlords and tenants are highly regulated by both state laws and contracts known as lease agreements and can be complex. Whether you have a current rental issue, need a lease reviewed, or are a landlord seeking to evict a tenant, a landlord and tenant lawyer is essential.
A landlord must have legal cause to evict a tenant. Some of the more common reasons are:
- Unpaid rent;
- Improper use of the premises;
- Health and safety violations;
- Breach of the lease agreement; and
- A tenant who will not leave after expiration of the lease.
Landlord and tenant disputes
Miriam J. Fisher, Esquire, is also an experienced landlord/tenant attorney who has represented countless landlords and tenants in disputes arising over unpaid rent, holdover tenants, lease agreement disputes, unlawful retention of security deposits, and failure to make leased premises habitable.
Whether you’re a landlord or a tenant, you have rights, but they must be properly enforced. To protect your interests, you’ll want a knowledgeable and articulate advocate who is experienced at every level in the law involving landlords and tenants. Miriam J. Fisher, Esquire, has worked extensively with landlords and tenants in the Tampa Bay area for close to three decades. Whether you have landlord or tenant issues, contact Ms. Fisher for a complete factual review of your case.