Landlord Lawyer| Security Deposit Issues | Evictions
Often times landlords run in to trouble when they do not follow common procedures according to Massachusetts law. Although your tactics or remedies may seem reasonable at the time, in many cases landlords are placing themselves in a vulnerable position legally. Common issues such as failing to properly notify a tenant of late rent or other infractions can often lead to a dismissal of an eviction case.
I have the experience assisting Worcester landlords in executing an eviction process that will remove tenants in a timely and orderly fashion according to the law of Massachusetts.
Security Deposit Issues:
A landlord who has violated the Security Deposit laws in Massachusetts can receive a severe penalty, sometimes as high as three times the amount of the original security deposit. As a landlord, if you have any questions about the proper way to manage your tenants security deposit, contact me for a consultation.
Out of state landlords are not in a position to survey their property, and directly contact the tenants. Hiring an attorney experienced in tenant evictions can save an out of state landlord a lot of headaches as well as a lot of money.
There are several lawful reasons to evict a tenant. Understanding how to evict a tenant in Massachusetts is only half the battle. Executing the process to the letter is a crucial component that will save the landlord time, money, and despair. If you are a landlord in the Worcester area and need to evict a tenant, contact me to schedule a consultation.
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I am a Worcester landlord attorney. I serve the Worcester County and Middlesex County regions including Shrewsbury, Auburn, Grafton, Westborough, Marlborough, Northborough, Southborough, Boylston, West Boylston, Holden, Leominster, Paxton, Sutton, Millbury, Upton, Oxford, Fitchburg and Northbridge.