Landlord Tenant Law
Representing The Rights Of Landlords And Tenants Across Florida
Attorney Fredrick Susaneck has been the landlord of several apartment buildings and condominiums in Miami-Dade and Palm Beach counties. Whether you are a landlord or a tenant, he understands what you commonly face in the landlord-tenant relationship.
At the office of Levine & Susaneck, PA, we are a law firm with experience in civil litigation and appellate representation. We represent landlords and tenants in a wide variety of landlord-tenant disputes. The law governing the landlord-tenant relationship is very broad; it is important for both landlords and tenants to fully understand how and when to bring a legal claim against the other party.
We know how to resolve landlord-tenant disputes. From lease review to evictions, landlords and tenants can rely on us to help. Contact us to arrange a consultation with a West Palm Beach landlord-tenant dispute attorney.
Palm Beach County Attorneys Advising On Eviction Rights and Requirements
Landlords generally have a significant amount of time and money invested in rental property. Perhaps most importantly, landlords need paying and responsible tenants so that the landlord can maintain consistent revenue and make mortgage payments on the property. They also need to keep the premises in habitable condition, manage leases and find a cost-effective and efficient way to resolve disputes.
Due to the assumed power of the landlord, tenants are often at a disadvantage when it comes to the protection of their rights under the law. Tenants have a right to enjoyment and use of the premises, safe and habitable living conditions, and other rights provided by lease provisions that do not expressly violate Florida law, in addition to good faith treatment by the landlord.
From Leases to Evictions
Our practice includes the full range of issues under landlord-tenant law, including:
- Tort and negligence issues
- Failure to pay rent
- Damage to property
- Evictions / unlawful detainer
- Drafting and negotiating leases
- Three-day notice
- Security deposits