Landlord / Tenant
Landlord / Tenant
If you own a rental property, you know anything can happen – tenants can cause damage, neighbors can report criminal activity. If you’re a tenant, you know that there are some shady landlords out there. Parties in both roles need knowledgeable legal guidance.
That’s where Vaughn Law comes in. We have experience in disputes between landlords and tenants. Our team understands the real estate laws and regulations in Florida and around the Tampa Bay area. We can help you navigate your rights and legal solutions.
Make sure you have expert legal guidance in your landlord/tenant dispute. Request your consultation with Vaughn Law today.
Your situation is unique. But we have expertise managing a variety of residential landlord/tenant disputes. These include:
- Unpaid rent and debt recovery
- Criminal activity, including drug distribution and manufacture
- False claims, like damage and uninhabitability
- Landlord’s failure to maintain the Property
- Aggressive dogs
- Landlord Self help
- Security Deposit Disputes
Vaughn Law represents landlord and tenants alike in commercial landlord tenant disputes. We understand that your rental property may be your livelihood and will work hard to protect it! We are knowledgeable and experienced in Florida commercial landlord tenant law.
Vaughn Law has represented a variety of different landlord and tenants in commercial landlord tenant disputes. These include:
- Commercial evictions
- Claims for unpaid rent
- Claims for non-monetary defaults
- Property damage disputes
- Maintenance disputes
- Illegal use of the property
Is the landlord’s verbal notice to vacate sufficient?
Is the landlord required to wait until the tenant is 30 days past due on my rent to evict the tenant?
Can the tenant withhold rent or move out of the property if the landlord will not maintain the property or make essential repairs?
How long does an eviction take?
Can the landlord turn off the tenant’s utilities?
How much notice does the landlord need to provide a tenant to enter the property?
Does the tenant have to pay rent into the court registry once they have been served with a complaint for eviction?
Check out the notices we have provided below to better assist you with your landlord/tenant dispute.
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Vaughn Law offers its clients a different, more personalized and service orientated approach, by tailoring its representation to its client’s needs. At Vaughn Law, we understand that this may be an overwhelming, unfamiliar and stressful time for our clients, therefore we strive to help our clients understand the intricacies of the legal system and to keep them informed throughout the process.