Attorneys Representing Landlords And Tenants In Eviction And Other Disputes
Under Connecticut law, landlords are supposed to provide certain information to tenants in the rental agreement. They must also follow relevant statutes in connection with the tenant’s tenancy and any eviction of the tenant.
Whether you are a landlord or a tenant, you may be concerned about an eviction. The Connecticut eviction lawyers at Owens, Schine, & Nicola, P.C., can provide you with strong legal representation.
Landlord/Tenant Issues That Our Clients Often Face
We assist residents of Trumbull, Fairfield, Norwalk, Milford and other communities in matters related to real estate and the landlord-tenant relationship, including:
- Termination and evictions in compliance with the Connecticut Landlord and Tenant Act
- Nonpayment of rent within nine days, and eviction triggers afterward
- Understanding grace periods and notice requirements according to the Connecticut General Statutes, section 47a-15a
- Leave violations and requirements for eviction in case of nonresponse to landlords’ notifications
- Guidance for tenants or landlords through eviction processes
- Justification for withholding of rent by tenants
- Timeliness of security deposit returns
Evicted Or Evicting In Connecticut?
Evictions may not be valid when the rules in the Connecticut Landlord and Tenant Act are not followed, but sometimes tenants stay on the premises unlawfully. If you are a landlord or a tenant concerned about an impending eviction, you should consult an experienced attorney to get advice for your situation.
Owens, Schine, & Nicola, P.C., represents residential and commercial landlords and tenants in Trumbull, Fairfield, Norwalk, and many other communities in Connecticut. Call Owens, Schine, & Nicola, P.C., at +1-203-375-0600 or contact us via our online form for an appointment. We also handle matters related to residential and commercial real estate.