A lease agreement serves many purposes. For one, it contains any rules and guidelines that the tenant must follow if they wish to keep the contract in good standing and, thus, continue to be able to rent the property. Secondly, a lease agreement legally protects the landlord if anything were to happen in regards to the tenant breaching the contract.
For example, if the terms and conditions of the lease agreement clearly say that smoking isn’t allowed inside rentals, and the tenant smoked on the property, causing foul odors in the rental and yellow staining on the walls, the landlord could take legal action to get compensation for the damages.
As you can see, a solid lease agreement is very important, hence why Torrence L. Howell strongly believes rental property owners should hire a qualified Business Law attorney to help them with the drafting process.
What a Business Law Attorney Can Do to Help
As mentioned, a good Business Law attorney can help residential and commercial rental property landlords come up with proper, well-written lease agreements. This way, landlords can be more positive that if they have a bad tenant, they could have an easier time evicting them and, if necessary, legally coming after them for compensation.
Besides the latter, a Business Law attorney can instruct tenants of their rights under the lease agreement. Thirdly, this expert can help legally resolve a dispute between a landlord and a tenant, representing either side.
Really, a Business Law attorney can do a lot when it comes to all legal things related to lease agreements. If anything, they know more about how these agreements work than any landlord or tenant would.
Get Your Lease Agreement Drafted Today.
Drafting a lease agreement on your own can be confusing, aggravating, stressful, and time consuming. And the last thing you’ll want to do is have an unexperienced pal write one for you or even find a random lease agreement sample online to use without knowing how adequate it will be or even if it will be applicable for your state.
Your best bet is to have a Business Law attorney handle the drafting process for you and assist you with any confusions along the way. You will never regret hiring an expert for this long and tedious process. If anything, you’ll be more than glad that you did.
Dial (909) 920-0908 to talk to Lawyer Torrence L. Howell about his lease agreement drafting services.