With decades of experience in landlord representation matters, the Offit Kurman Landlord Representation group focuses on representation of landlords and property managers of residential and commercial real estate. We deliver creative, expedient and cost-conscious solutions to difficult problems, all while focusing on our clients’ goals. We are there to assist you with the frequent and varied legal issues that arise in your day-to-day business activities, and we also know that these issues often can be multifaceted and not easily classified into any one category of law. To address such circumstances, our business attorneys efficiently and seamlessly work together across practice areas that might affect your company. We are effectively equipped to handle matters of all sizes and levels of complexity.
Protecting Your Investment
What We Do
Our services include:
- Training of your team on compliance with the federal and state fair housing act.
- Thorough understanding of tax credit and subsidized housing, review of approval documents and procedures to ensure compliance with applicable regulations.
- Preparing eviction notices to ensure compliance with local laws/regulations/low income programs.
- Prevention and defense of mold and bed bug claims.
- Sophisticated client software integration ensuring current information exchange on all eviction cases.
- Complaints for possession, wrongful detainers and other eviction proceedings.
- Assistance with enforcement of lease terms and conditions, including issues of occupancy, maintenance and tax credit/HCV compliance.
- Review and drafting of leases, addenda and rental applications to ensure compliance with all state and local laws and to incorporate all required provisions.
- Cost effective defense of claims brought by tenants/former tenants and trespassers.
- Negotiating/drafting of management agreements, leases and tenant work-out agreements.
- Policy and procedure drafting for commercial and residential fair housing act and local discrimination law compliance and litigation. Review of a landlord’s “Failure-to-Pay” or “Pay-or-Quit” notices to ensure compliance with requirements for appropriate notice and service of same.
- Timely notifications on updates and changes in law and procedure.