Landlord / Tenant
There are several kinds of landlord/tenant disputes but the most common are evictions. In a nutshell, evictions are the processes by which landlords are able to end a lease agreement for various breaches of the lease agreement and regain possession of the property once again. Landlords typically evict tenants who fail to pay their rent, but they can also evict for various other breaches of the lease agreement, such as violating the no pets policy, for example.
Generally, in order to start the eviction process, the landlord is required to give notice to the tenant. Depending on the lease term and the breach, different notices will need to be given to the tenant. Once notice is given, if the tenant fails to cure or correct the breach by the expiration of the notice period, the landlord can initiate eviction proceedings with the court.
At Brio Law, we offer flat fee arrangements for evictions up through the first court appearance. Reach out to us today if you are having a landlord/tenant dispute and would like additional information.