State laws and statutes cover many aspects of the landlord – tenant relationship, including security deposits, landlord access to rental property and more.
Having a place to live is one of the most important aspects of human survival. For this reason, the laws are very strict in making sure that the rights of both the landlord and tenant are respected. When parties come together to form a landlord-tenant relationship, they are both obligated to perform their individual responsibilities. If you are a tenant, your obligations include: paying rent, providing adequate notice to the landlord when something is in need of repair, not damaging the property beyond normal wear-and-tear, and not to use the property for any illegal purpose. If you are a landlord, you too have certain obligations: not to enter the property without adequate notice, make sure the property is fit for a human to live in, not to interfere with the tenant’s use of the property, accept rent when paid, etc. It does not matter whether you are a landlord or a tenant, Hedtke Law Firm is the right law firm to protect your rights and interests in your contractual relationship. Whether it be to collect unpaid rent, evictions, ensuring your rights to a habitable premises or quiet enjoyment, we are the right firm to zealously and aggressively fight for your interests. Don’t be a victim of under-representation, contact us today!
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