Landlord Tenant Problems
Renting property, whether for a home or a business, can involve considerable debt if things don’t work out. When you sign a lease, you agree to pay a sum equal to its entire term. While 6 or 12 months is the typical term for a home, renting a business might involve a term of 5 or even 10 years. The cost might not seem significant as monthly installments. But if you can’t fulfill a lease, the total you might owe could be enormous.
However, there can also be problems if the property is damaged when returned to the landlord. Some bad landlords even claim damages that don’t exist.
Defending a lawsuit in a landlord-tenant dispute is time-consuming and can be expensive. However, if you have a costly dispute with a former landlord, A Fresh Start Law can help.
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