EVICTION LAWYER IN KISSIMMEE

If you live in a rental property in Florida – whether it’s a condo, an apartment or a house – you’re far from alone. More than 2.5 million people in Florida rent, including many people in Kissimmee, Orlando, St. Cloud, Winter Park and other communities throughout Orange and Osceola counties.

For many of us, signing that first lease is a dream. But if a dispute arises between you and your landlord, that dream can quickly turn into a nightmare. The same is true for any other breach of contract, whether it’s between two individuals or businesses.

As an eviction lawyer in Kissimmee, attorney R. Rudy Ramjeawan with the Ramjeawan Law Group, P.A., is dedicated to help people settle their landlord-tenant disputes quickly and efficiently. Hiring a contract dispute attorney in Kissimmee can greatly increase your chances at receiving a positive outcome.

In Florida, contract and landlord-tenant disputes are considered civil law. Here are some basics that you should know:

Landlord-Tenant Disputes in Florida

If you’re renting and you have a signed lease, you are bound to pay rent on the date indicated on that contract. Most rents are paid on a monthly basis. If you are three days late with a rent payment, Florida gives your landlord the right to file for an eviction.

In the same respect, if your landlord believes you’ve damaged your rental property – or a neighbor’s rental property – or that you’ve repeatedly violated terms of your lease, your landlord must give you seven days’ notice before he or she can formally file for eviction. This is called a “seven-day notice to cure.” If it’s your first offense and you cure the problem, you may avoid eviction. If you don’t, your landlord may begin the eviction process.

If you face eviction, the Kissimmee eviction lawyers at the Ramjeawan Law Group, P.A., will help you know your rights. Landlords must follow the legal processes for eviction, and if they don’t, you may have a case.

Security Deposit and Discrimination Issues

Many landlord-tenant disputes in Florida involve the security deposit. As per Florida law, security deposits must be returned within one month after a tenant moves. While many of these are small claims court matters, they can escalate if combined with any other concerns a tenant may have about the actions of his landlord.

Florida law protects tenants from discrimination. It also protects tenants from retaliation for speaking up about unsafe living conditions. And it gives you the right to withhold rent if a landlord fails to make major repairs, such as fixing a faulty water heater. As a landlord-tenant lawyer in Kissimmee, R. Rudy Ramjeawan, Esq., is well versed in Florida tenant-landlord law and is experienced in these types of legal cases.

Contract Disputes in Florida

When you enter into a contract with another person or a business, you both agree to the rights set forth in that contract. But contracts sometimes get broken. And when they do, you’ll want a breach of contract lawyer in Kissimmee to help you.

Florida law says that a written or oral contract happens when there is an offer from one party to another, acceptance of that offer, and then the exchange of consideration (something of value, such as services, goods or money).

To meet a breach of contract, you must prove that your contract was legally binding, that there was a material breach, and that damages resulted from that breach.

There are many types of contracts in Florida, including purchase and sale agreements, service agreements, franchise agreements, noncompete agreements, warranty agreements, shareholder agreements, commercial leases, loans, partnership agreements, non-compete agreements and more.

How a Contract Dispute Attorney in Kissimmee Can Help

The laws surrounding contract disputes, landlord-tenant disputes or other civil litigation are complex. A contract dispute attorney in Kissimmee could greatly increase your chances at receiving a positive outcome. Civil laws are contained in statutes or codes, and it’s important to be represented by an experienced landlord-tenant lawyer who understands these laws and procedures.

Our attorneys at the Ramjeawan Law Group, P.A., are dedicated to giving you the best possible outcome for your case given the circumstances. We aim to preserve your assets and relationships throughout the case. We have a history of working toward solutions to complex cases and will give your case the priority and meticulous attention to detail it deserves.

Attorney R. Rudy Ramjeawan, Esq., has 12 years of legal experience and spent the last five years as an attorney. Put that experience in your corner today.

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When you want a conscientious eye for detail and an effective resolution for a civil matter, start the process by calling the Ramjeawan Law Group, P.A., at 407-348-7839. Ask about our FREE initial consultations. Walk-in clients are always welcome, too.

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