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Loomis & Greene has been successfully representing landlords in disputes with their tenants for years. Whether you are an individual renting your home out to someone, or you are a management company looking for legal representation, the Law Offices of Loomis & Greene can help.
There is a strict set of rules that landlords must follow both in the drafting and enforcement of their leases. Our expert legal team can help ensure that those rules are followed so that you do not have to suffer the consequences.
An example is that landlords have to follow exacting procedures if they will to terminate a tenancy. Specifically, a landlord has to give at least 20 days’ written notice before the end of the month if they wish to end a periodic tenancy. If there is a violation by the tenant under the lease, like not paying their rent, the landlord can then end the tenancy through eviction proceedings. Then again, all of the procedures that are involved in ending tenancy can vary depending on the lease agreement that was signed by both parties.
If you are a Landlord with a legal issue, contact The Law Offices of Loomis & Greene today. Our experienced attorneys will work toward a resolution in the most time- and cost-effective manner possible.