Do you have an upcoming NJ court date revolving a landlord-tenant dispute? Want to relieve some nerves? Click HERE to review the basics of landlord-tenant procedures. Although this is not sufficient advice to replace legal counsel, it provides a general understanding of the process for your upcoming court date.  

Landlord/tenant disputes can be intense and emotionally fraught experiences.  As a landlord you must clear a number of procedural hurdles even before getting to court.  That’s why it is vital to have strong legal counsel on your side from the start. 

Effectively Resolve Your Landlord or Tenant Issues in New Jersey

Renting or leasing is quite common in New Jersey—about 36 percent of the population rents their apartment or home—and these arrangements present their own unique issues. On both sides, individuals and families deserve fair, safe treatment and financial protection. When disputes arise, it’s often difficult to know your rights, and even when you do, it can be even harder to enforce them.

Types of Rental Attorney Disputes We Handle 

For landlords, while some tenants are reliable and peaceful, there are always exceptions. Landlords may feel frustrated and worry about the future of the property when tenants do not act as they should. I have experience helping landlords remove tenants who:
 

  • Breach of the Lease Agreement
  • Failure to pay rent
  • Property damage

 
New Jersey law can make it difficult to address issues with these problem tenants, but I can guide you through the necessary steps and prepare all the paperwork to help landlords protect their property.
 
Even if you aren’t sure if an attorney can help, don’t hesitate to reach out to Charles E. Tempio about your New Jersey landlord tenant issues or questions. His experience and dedication to providing personal representation makes me an effective advocate to have on your side. Get the information you need and the confidence to move forward by calling our Law Office today or taking a moment to fill out the contact form on this page to schedule a consultation.

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