Working to Resolve Disputes Regarding Rental Properties in South Florida
Many people own residential or commercial investment properties in Broward County and Palm Beach County. Landlords rely on rental income to cover mortgages and property expenses, while tenants rely on having a place to live or run their business. When a dispute arises in the landlord-tenant relationship, each party has a lot to lose.
The Law Office of Eleni Noble Zarbalas, P.A., represents both landlords and tenants when a dispute arises. If you need to reach a resolution while ensuring your rights are fully protected, you should not wait to contact our landlord/tenant dispute resolution lawyer in Boca Raton for assistance.
The lease agreement is the foundation of the landlord-tenant relationship. When one party believes the other has breached the lease, complex conflicts can arise. Some disputes might involve:
- Non-payment of rent
- Failure to return security deposits
- Unauthorized use of the property
- Unlawful activity on the premises
- Failure to make necessary repairs
- Breach of the warranty of habitability
- Breach of restrictive covenants
- Excessive or unauthorized fees and expenses
- Entry of landlords without notice
- Self-help evictions
Often, when someone breaches the lease agreement, the other party might rush to terminate the contractual relationship. However, there are often other options to resolve these disputes that allow the relationship and its benefits to continue. It is important to discuss alternative dispute resolution with an experienced attorney who can advise you of your options.
Speak with a Landlord/Tenant Dispute Resolution Lawyer in Boca Raton Today
Whether you are a landlord or tenant involved in a dispute, the Law Office of Eleni Noble Zarbalas, P.A., can protect your interests. As soon as a problem arises, consult with a Boca Raton landlord/tenant dispute resolution attorney.