Landlord Tenant Lawyer
The Zaheer Law Group Provides Comprehensive Landlord and Tenant Lawyer Services.
Landlord Tenant Litigation Law Firm in Lynnfield, MA
Zaheer Law Group’s lawyers have been serving clients with the best service in terms of landlord and tenant litigation for many years. Our lawyers have the most successful client record in the area of landlord and tenant law. We serve all sorts of people and companies here in Lynnfield, MA, and around the Boston area. Our firm has a reputation for helping landlords and tenants resolve their disputes in an effective and cost-efficient manner. If you are a landlord or tenant with a dispute, we can help.
Zaheer Law Group’s Landlord and Tenant Litigation Services
Our lawyers have been providing their best strategies and services to landlords and tenants in their litigation. The main and most effective services of landlord and tenant litigation are
- Real estate litigation
- Eviction and notices
- Fair housing complaint defense
- Dispute resolution
Zaheer Law Group’s Landlord-Tenant Litigation Practice Areas
Our specialist lawyers have extraordinary expertise in landlord-tenant laws. They have more than a thousand success stories to make our clients smile through their work in landlord and tenant cases. Zaheer Law Group’s lawyers have been practicing evictions and notices, fair housing complaint defenses, leases, dispute resolutions, real estate litigation, and so on…
Real Estate Litigation
Zaheer Law Group focuses on residential and commercial landlord-tenant law. Our lawyers have extensive courtroom experience with real estate, leasing, and contract issues.
Evictions and Notices
Zaheer Law Group’s knowledgeable attorneys will focus on establishing a landlord’s right to possession of the property quickly and efficiently.
Zaheer Law Group’s lawyers will prepare a defense against a housing complaint and work with clients every step of the way to navigate them through the steps of dealing with and avoiding future complaints.
Our lawyers review, update, and draft leases and related documents to reflect recent changes to our clients’ state landlord-tenant laws.
Our lawyers’ experience matters in your litigation. They have helped thousands of clients resolve difficult legal disputes without having to go to court.
Zaheer Law Group’s Landlord Lawyers
The law forbids landlords from taking steps on direct eviction methods such as locking out a tenant or removing them by force without any notice. You can only remove a tenant in a lawful way as described in the state law.
Zaheer Law Group’s attorneys will guide you through the way to the eviction process and assist you in removing your tenant by obeying the law’s rules. The eviction process usually takes two-four weeks to complete in most states. We suggest contacting us as soon as you’re ready to begin an eviction so that we can start the process of getting your property back into your possession.
Our attorneys will assist you with most of the current landlord-tenant problems and help you avoid similar problems in the future by reviewing and updating your leases and recommending best practices to protect your interests.
Zaheer Law Group’s Tenant Lawyer
Tenant Rights Protection
As a tenant in Massachusetts, you have certain rights. If you’re having difficulty with your landlord, working with our tenant attorney can ensure your rights are protected and that you’re not evicted or charged excessively. Zaheer Law Group’s tenant lawyers can also help you if the residence you’re renting isn’t fit to live in or if your landlord isn’t making necessary repairs, Our lawyers can make sure your concerns are heard and that your needs are met. Our attorneys can help if you feel that a landlord is discriminating against you because of your age, family, sex, or race.
Why choose Zaheer Law Group as Your Landlord Tenant Lawyer?
Zaheer Law Group’s lawyers are well known for landlord-tenant litigation. Our landlord tenant lawyers will explain to you the laws governing your litigation and they will make a strategy by researching your problem. Our attorneys will always be at your side and guide you step by step on the procedure of your litigation. They will do their best to bring justice to you. Our attorneys will go through these steps to bring the best possible outcome for you:
- Assembling the evidence required to support your allegations
- Using specialists to support your claims
- They will collect all the legal documents of you and your opponent and will use them
- Guiding you through the process to obtain the best possible result for you
- They will make sure that all the jury members and the judge’s results are on your behalf by convincing them.
Zaheer Law Group’s lawyers will be with you step by step to do their best procedure to clear up the problems in your litigation.
Frequently Asked Questions About Landlord and Tenant Litigation
If the Landlord Makes an Application Against the Tenant, Will the Tenant Find Out?
Yes. If a landlord wants to evict a tenant, they must often give notice to the tenant first. In most cases, the tenant will be given a set amount of time to respond to the application. On the contrary, judges seldom issue orders without first giving the opposing party notice.
Does a Landlord Have to Do Something About Loud Tenants?
One of a landlord’s duties is to guarantee that all tenants may use the premises without interruption. Tenants that are too loud might be violating the rights of the quieter residents. Tenants who are bothered by their noisy neighbors may submit a written complaint to their landlord. For the sake of ensuring that no one’s rights are being violated, a landlord is obligated to address concerns from other tenants and make an effort to remedy the matter.
My Ex-Landlord Held Back Part of my Security Deposit Because I Didn’t Clean it Enough. Can He Do That?
Yes. When you move out, you should leave the unit in the same clean and tidy condition in which you found it. If you don’t, your landlord will likely hire a cleaning service to come in and do it for them, and you’ll have to pay for it.
Is There Any Difference Between Renting and Leasing an Apartment?
In most cases, renting is a month-to-month commitment. As much as possible, put it in writing. Except in cases where one party gives advance notice of a change, this agreement is valid for a period of one month and will be automatically renewed each month under the same conditions until either party gives the other party written notice of a change. With 30 days’ notice, any party may terminate the tenancy for any reason, increase or decrease the rent, or alter any other term.
For the most part, leases have set duration of one year or more. A written agreement is required if the period is twelve months or more. During the lease’s duration, no changes to the conditions are permitted without the agreement of both parties.
What is Better for me, a Lease or a Month-to-Month Rental?
It depends. Month-to-month leases offer the most mobility for both parties but also the least stability. The landlord may raise the rent or ask you to vacate the premises to make room for someone else. The lease offers more stability at the expense of freedom.
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