Landlord Tenant Law
Decatur attorneys representing plaintiffs and defendants in landlord tenant law
Many issues between landlords and tenants can be easily resolved by common sense and communication. Some issues, however, are not easily resolved and can seriously threaten a tenant’s enjoyment of the rental property or the landlord’s income from it.
Landlord Tenant Law in Atlanta, Georgia
The Georgia Landlord-Tenant Act provides an overview of the landlord-tenant relationship. Specifically, this legislation protects landlords and tenants by establishing a series of rights and duties for each party involved in a rental agreement. In turn, The Georgia Landlord-Tenant Act serves as a general framework for how disputes between landlords and tenants should generally be resolved.
Disputes between landlords and tenants can arise as to these rights and duties on either side, and often encompass issues such as the failure to pay rent, property damage, a landlord’s failure to make necessary repairs or other habitability claims. When a party to a lease fails to meet its obligations under a rental agreement, it is vital to seek professional assistance from an attorney that is well-versed in the nuances of Georgia landlord-tenant law.
Landlord Tenant Lawyers
At Williams Teusink, our real estate attorneys have extensive experience in the negotiation and drafting of commercial and residential leases. Moreover, when an inevitable dispute arises over the terms or obligations under a lease agreement, our team is highly qualified to represent our clients’ interests in litigation. Importantly, in either context, we represent both landlords and tenants. As such, our attorneys have a nuanced understanding of landlord-tenant law from either perspective, and in a variety of leasing transactions and disputes.
Whether a tenant is facing an eviction or a landlord with a tenant who has breached the terms of a lease agreement, the real estate attorneys at Williams Teusink are prepared to assist in navigating the complex laws that govern the landlord-tenant relationship in the State of Georgia.