Landlord - Tenant Disputes in Atlanta, Georgia
When you seek legal counsel to help resolve any kind of landlord-tenant dispute in the State of Georgia, we understand that you’re seeking legal counsel in order to resolve your current problem quickly, not create a whole set of new problems. The law office of Perry A. Phillips, LLC has extensive experience helping commercial and residential landlords and commercial tenants solve various disagreements and legal disputes in a timely manner.
Landlord/tenant disputes may include:
- Commercial Leases and lease interpretation
- Move-outs and walk-throughs
- Broken leases (tenant responsibility)
- Breaking a commercial lease due to disaster, repairs, mold, insect infestations, burst pipes, electrical problems, structural damage, roof repairs, storm damage, etc.
- Invasion of tenant privacy
- Non-payment of rent
- Pro-rating or increasing rent
- Evictions and eviction notices
- Issues with security deposits and deposit refund amounts
- Commercial property damages
- Property maintenance, improvements, and repairs
If you feel your landlord or property management company has improperly charged you, entered the premises without giving proper notice, failed to provide needed maintenance, claimed too much of your security deposit, or violated your rights by turning off the electricity or water or locking the doors, there are steps you can take to defend yourself. If discussions, complaints, and confrontations have failed to correct the situation, you should consult an experienced real estate lawyer to ensure you are treated fairly.
Please contact the law office of Perry Phillips today at (770) 421-6040 to discuss your legal options.
As a landlord, you are the one who is legally and financially responsible for your property, especially if you still have a mortgage on the building. If your tenant is late on rent, it can result in fees and serious consequences for you personally. If the tenant breaches other provisions of the lease not related to the rent, it could cost you thousands of dollars. That’s why you perform scrupulous background and credit checks, in the hopes that the tenant will consistently pay rent on time, take excellent care of the property, and fully adhere to all provisions of the lease.
If you’ve taken every precaution and have done everything within your power to enforce a rental agreement, and you still need legal assistance, we can help you make an informed decision about what to do next. The Perry Phillips law firm is dedicated to providing each client a cost-effective and satisfactory legal resolution to landlord-tenant issues. We can sit down with you and go over the specifics of your disagreement, and advise you of your options, including a suit for rent and/or eviction.
Our Atlanta area clients have our extensive knowledge of real estate law and our many years of experience at their disposal. Do you rent or lease a building in Dunwoody, Duluth, Lawrenceville, Norcross, Decatur, Roswell, Smyrna, Marietta, Douglasville, Jonesboro, Fayetteville or Atlanta? Do need of our help? Please don’t hesitate to contact the law office of Perry Phillips, LLC at (770) 421-6040.