Residential Leasing Issues

By law, Residential Lease agreements in the State of Ohio must contain certain components in order to be valid; however, there is some flexibility regarding what these agreements should contain. Because this flexibility exists, it is imperative for both the landlord and the tenant to fully understand all of their rights and responsibilities. Even if you are a prospective tenant interested in leasing Residential property or are a landlord with available leasing space, contact us at Williams, Kratcoski, Griffin & Can, LLC. Our experienced Ohio Residential Lease attorneys will ensure that you as a Landlord and/or Tenant fully understand the specific terms of your lease.

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In order to protect you and your property, it is good practice for both landlords and tenants to be aware of all of their rights and responsibilities. For example, landlords may benefit from having their standard lease agreement periodically reviewed by a Residential Lease lawyer to ensure that it continually complies with applicable Ohio State laws. Also, our real estate attorneys help landlords write new leases, revise existing leases or negotiate an existing lease with a prospective tenant.

On the other hand, the attorneys of Williams, Kratcoski, Griffin & Can, LLC can assist tenants to make certain that a Residential Lease protects their rights. It is not advisable to sign on the “dotted line” without having a qualified real estate lawyer review a Residential Lease. Our thorough process protects the lessee’s rights and prevents future litigation and expensive legal fees. Having our attorneys review your lease is a proactive measure to ensure that you are being a responsible tenant or landlord.

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At Williams, Kratcoski, Griffin & Can, LLC, we can educate you on your rights and responsibilities involving Residential Leases in Ohio; please call us at 330-673-3444 to schedule your initial consultation, as weekend and evening appointments are also available!