Landlord and Eviction Attorney
The relationships between landlords and tenants of properties can involve complex issues. At NeJame Law, we are dedicated to representing landlords in landlord law, which can range from drafting and reviewing of contracts to filing commercial evictions or disputes.
If you are a landlord dealing with tenants who are not paying their rent, you are in a difficult and stressful situation. Our firm can help you understand your legal rights and take proper steps to recover the money you are due. Often, if a business is going under, the rent is the first thing the tenant is unable to pay. Even though your tenant may be in an unfortunate situation, you are still entitled to the money that is contractually owed you.
To ensure that your rights are protected when you rent a property for commercial purposes, it is important to have a lease agreement that covers all potential circumstances. We have the knowledge and experience with Florida law to help you review a lease. If you are drafting, negotiating, or signing a lease, we can help you understand the obligations created by the document or include the necessary precautions before you are confronted by unexpected surprises.
The NeJame law firm can help you find efficient, cost-effective means of resolving, or simply understanding, your legal issues.
This may include:
- Violation of lease provisions
- Noise violations
- Fighting or other disruptive behavior
- Too many occupants in a dwelling
- Eviction Proceedings
- Lawsuits for possession
- Failure to pay rent
- Damage to property
- Holdover Tenants
- Abandoned Property
- Security Deposit Disputes
- Disposal of abandoned personal property
NeJame Law can represent you in any mediation or litigation situation. Don’t wait until this problem gets out-of-hand. Call us today to protect your rights, no matter how large or small the case. We will be a strong advocate for you and will work hard for a positive result. Contact our Landlord attorney in Orlando through email at Civil@NeJameLaw.com, by calling us 7 days a week at (407) 500-0000 or filling out our online form. We value your privacy and will keep any information strictly confidential.