Representation of Tenants & Landlords

On paper the landlord-tenant relationship sounds simple enough. The landlord maintains ownership of the property and the tenant has the right to use the property, as established in the terms of the lease or rental agreement. But for most people, the typical landlord-tenant relationship is fraught with tension. Disagreements abound over every aspect of the rental process, from payments to repairs, leases to drop-ins. Savvy landlords and tenants are recognizing that they do not have to bear this frustration alone. They are turning to our team of experienced real estate attorneys who are dedicated to helping people navigate the legal complexity of the rental process.

Unfortunately, landlords and tenants (informally referred to as “renters”) in Minnesota don’t always get along.

Landlords may do the following:

  • wrongfully withhold a tenant’s security deposit
  • fail to fix problems that the tenant has reported
  • breach of the rental agreement / lease

Tenants/Renters may do the following:

  • fail to pay on time
  • damage the property
  • breach of the rental agreement / lease
  • leave the property without paying the lease or utility bills

Tenants & Landlords Legal Experience

Aaron Hall represents tenants and landlords of all sizes and types. He is committed to taking the time to understand each clients’ unique issues with the rental process, and then tailor counsel to help them utilize the law to achieve their goals.

We provide advice with respect to:

  • Assignment, Subleases and other Transfers
  • Ground Leases
  • Leasehold Financing
  • Office, Warehouse and Industrial Leases
  • Property Management
  • Restaurant and Retail Leases
  • Evictions
  • Security Deposit Complaints
  • Residential Purchase and Sales
  • Transactions
  • Residential Real Estate Agents and Brokers

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