Landlord-Tenant Disputes

When a tenant rents a property from a landlord, a written rental agreement that outlines responsibilities and protects the rights of both parties must be signed.

It is the landlord's duty to provide a safe living environment for the tenant, and tenants are obligated to maintain the property in such a way that they will not damage the property, engage in illegal activity or disturb their surrounding neighbors.

When any part of this agreement is not fulfilled by either the landlord or tenant — whether it's unpaid rent, security deposit disagreements, lease violations, or anything similar — then a dispute that could lead to eviction may result.

Skilled Legal Representation For Both Landlords And Tenants

Whether you're a tenant or a landlord, our skilled and knowledgeable attorneys at Canan Law can protect your rights. We have decades of experience resolving many contract matters in many areas of law.

We can help you settle a landlord-tenant dispute that is already in progress. Or, help you draft a contract with lease terms that protect your interests.

If you are a landlord or tenant in need of legal advice in St. Johns County or northeast Florida, call us at Canan Law to schedule a consultation with one of our skilled and knowledgeable attorneys.

Call 904-217-6209 today. You can also contact us online.