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What Does Landlord Representation Consist of in Arlington, Texas?

Posted by Lee Stringham | Jul 05, 2018 | 0 Comments

At Hixson Law Firm, we have years of experience representing landlords and tenants in a lease and other related disputes. We can help remedy situations to avoid litigation. We are familiar with the needs of our clients. We can help create and draft commercial lease agreements and verify that the requirements of the state are met too.

How can an attorney help with landlord representation?

Some instances that an attorney may help with landlord representation in Texas include:

  • Eviction for all grounds including nonpayment of rent
  • Violation of lease agreements, i.e. pet violations
  • Title issues
  • Premises liability i.e. slip and fall accidents
  • Early termination due to breaking conditions of a signed lease
  • Rent recovery
  • Condemnation
  • Tenant Right of First Refusal
  • Disputed Lease terms

John Hixson has firsthand knowledge of landlord-tenant law in Texas and how issues develop. He can help clients to find resolution with a variety of disputes (including and not limited to those mentioned above).

Payment of rent is a contractual obligation of a lease. If someone is behind on their rent payments then they are in default of a lease. The only time they are legally allowed to withhold rent is for their right to repair and deduct. For instance, if you as a landlord, fail to fix something in their place such as heating or cooling or a water heater. Rent collection, evictions and other disputes are all matters that an Arlington, Texas lawyer can help with.

If you or a loved one need landlord representation from a professional Texas attorney, call 817-261-5000 today for professional advice.

About the Author

Lee Stringham

Most people who meet Lee Stringham have come to know him as Suzanne's husband, a father of five children, and an enthusiastic entrepreneur. Raised between Washington, Oregon, Texas and New Mexico, Lee has been involved in banking and real estate transactions since 2002 and has been practicing law...

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