Legal Solutions For Landlord/Tenant Issues In South Jersey
If you have been a landlord for any length of time, you know that disputes between you and your renters will arise from time to time. However, you may not know just how tightly this area of law is regulated. When a renter is late, you cannot simply kick that person out. There are very strict procedural regulations for almost any type of dispute that could arise between a landlord and a tenant. Failure to comply with these regulations could result in serious legal complications or even a lawsuit against you.
At the law firm of Robert A. Gleaner, P.C., we are here to help. Along with our interns and other expert professionals, attorney Robert A. Gleaner and our team bring a unique combination of experience, knowledge and skill representing landlords in disputes that arise. Our primary office is in Audubon, and we represent clients throughout Southern New Jersey. Attorney Robert A. Gleaner has 40 years of legal experience, and our law firm has been operating for 25 years. In that time, we have established ourselves as experts in a range of real estate matters throughout the state.
Representing Landlords In Disputes
Our legal team represents landlords in cases involving:
- Collections: The most common and pressing dispute between landlords and tenants involves nonpayment. When a renter is not paying rent, it poses a serious problem. Our attorney and team can handle the entire collections process, minimizing your exposure to procedural violations or litigation stemming from missteps in the collections or eviction process.
- Enforcement: There are numerous rules for many properties and communities, usually stemming from neighborhood and homeowners’ associations. But these rules can also come from local laws and municipal regulations. Parking violations, noise ordinance violations and subletting rules violations can be problematic for landlords. Our legal team can handle the communications and enforcement of these rules.
- Evictions: The legal regulations and procedures for evictions are extremely complicated, and failure to follow them to the letter can bring substantial legal problems. Our legal team will provide sound counsel and help throughout the process to help you avoid serious problems.
- Damage claims: When a renter damages your property, you deserve to be compensated for this damage. Issues frequently include drywall damage, damage to appliances and utilities, roof damage, smoke or pet smells, damage to carpets and flooring, moisture damage and a range of other issues.
All of these legal issues require a careful approach. If you don’t have sound legal counsel, it is easy to make an error that could be costly to you and legally damaging.
Our lead attorney and legal team will provide you with sound representation to minimize costly errors and resolve any disputes that arise as efficiently as possible.
Contact Our Legal Team Today
We offer free consultations, so you can talk with our lawyer without financial risk. It is critical to work with trusted legal counsel when handling landlord-tenant disputes.