At first glance, being a landlord and renting a residential or commercial property can present a great business opportunity. But with such an opportunity, numerous unforeseen circumstances arise. At Enara, Law, we know leases are complex, and most landlords believe their agreements to be comprehensive. When things go wrong with your tenants, our landlord-tenant lawyers are here to help you find a quick resolution.
PHOENIX LANDLORD-TENANT MATTERS
WHERE ENARA CAN HELP
Disputes between landlords and tenants are an unfortunate legal undertaking, yet the state of Arizona is no stranger to them. And while the number of evictions in the state are on the decline, in Arizona alone, there were over 8,000 eviction proceedings filed- which is well above the national average.
The Phoenix landlord-tenant attorneys at Enara focus our respective practice on landlord representation. And with all our services being provided for a flat-fee, Enara can take care of all your landlord-tenant issues, without racking up a giant bill. And while evictions are what comes top of mind, there are a variety of landlord based legal services that our landlord attorneys can help you with, including:
As a landlord, we know that leasing your property to a tenant can have unforeseen consequences for your property and its value. That's why in addition to the above legal matters, Enara’s landlord attorneys in Scottsdale provide advisory legal service to landlords, to develop clear terms and conditions of their property rentals. Examples of such terms can be permission to keep pets, use of common areas, and property maintenance. We offer insight into methods and procedures to enable a successful, revenue generating property for years to come.
CAUSES OF ACTION
Although a multitude of issues can arise between a landlord and tenant, the following are the most common causes of actions by landlords that Enara’s landlord attorneys have encountered:
- Failure to Pay Rent - tenants can be evicted for nonpayment of rent
- Breach of Lease - tenant can be evicted for breach of lease terms, for example, using the property for unlawful purposes such as criminal activity
- Unlawful Detainer- squatter or uninvited individuals can be evicted for having no lawful right to remain on the premises
- Holding Over- tenant can be evicted for overstaying, after the expiration of the lease term
- Action for Money Damages - landlords can seek monetary damages for losses sustained, including for damaged property or lost rent for broken leases
HOW MUCH DOES AN ARIZONA
LANDLORD-TENANT ATTORNEY COST?
At Enara Law, we understand that if you’re a landlord looking for a landlord-tenant attorney, you’re likely in an unanticipated situation, looking for results. And with that in mind- we work with you to get you the outcome you’re looking for quickly, so that your situation doesn't continue to hurt your property or rental payments. That’s why at Enara Law, we’ve created a business friendly pricing model- one that allows landlords to dedicate more time and resources to the management of their property, not to the legal fees to protect it. The Enara pledge of Bringing Legal to Light™ is all about transparency and simplicity- we never bill you by the hour, and our legal services are performed for a flat-fee, with no hidden fees.
SCOTTSDALE LANDLORD-TENANT LAWYER- FREE
AND CONFIDENTIAL CONSULTATIONS
The dedicated landlord-tenant attorneys at Enara Law are ready to represent you and protect your business ideas, trade secrets, and inventions.