Landlord Tenant Disputes in Johnson County
Olathe Civil Litigation Lawyer Settling Things Quickly and Fairly
Disputes between landlords and tenants can be tricky legal situations.
Article 25 of the Kansas Statues provides dozens of sections explaining the detailed laws and procedures
for renting or leasing housing and property in the state, as well as what
grounds there are to terminate a lease or tenancy, either by the landlord
or by the tenant. For example, tenancy cannot be terminated unless the
tenant is at least three months delinquent, and they must be given at
least three days' notice to pay the rent before the tenancy can be
terminated (K.S.A. §58-2508).
Although the law does its best to outline landlord tenant relationships
and how to resolve relevant disputes, it can still be seen as nothing
but legalese to most people. If you have entered a disagreement with your
landlord or your tenant, rather than digging through laws and paperwork
yourself, get the assistance of an Olathe
civil litigation attorney from Martin & Wallentine, LLC. We would be happy to handle
the hard work for you so you can focus on more important aspects of your
proudly serve Johnson County, Olathe, Kansas City, and the surrounding areas.
Contact us for all of your legal problems today!
Common Landlord Tenant Disputes
Living with close friends and family can be difficult, so it is no wonder
that disputes can other arise between landlords and tenants, who might
only know each other as strangers. The situation may only be more complicated
due to the fact that many leases or contracts do not actually cover every
issue that could arise, leaving some parts of the guideline and agreement
up to interpretation.
Landlord tenant disputes that require an attorney to successfully resolve
can deal with:
- Property damage
- Contract disputes
- Monthly payments
- Security deposits
- Acceptable tenant behavior
- Duration of lease
Defend Your Rights and Your Wallet with Our Help
Our legal team at Martin & Wallentine, LLC is dedicated to providing
excellent representation in any kind of
civil litigation case, including landlord tenant disputes. We are well-practiced in mediating
problems and have spent much of our time representing clients in trial
cases when matters could not be resolved out of court. Find out for yourself
how we can represent you by calling today for a
free case evaluation. We look forward to hearing from you!