As an experienced Buffalo landlord tenant lawyer, I’m often asked questions about landlord tenant law, especially from new landlords who perhaps just purchased a new building. One of the most common questions they ask is regarding what documents they will need to ensure they’re best protected as a landlord.
- The first document I always recommend all landlords to have is a lease, which will provide for attorney’s fees and late fees, and provide grounds for evicting the tenant if they don’t comply with the stated rules.
- The second document I always suggest landlords to have is a move in/move out check list.
Are you a new landlord? There’s a lot to consider when renting your property to new tenants, and there are certain documents every landlord should have to ensure their best interests are protected. If you have questions about how to best protect yourself as a landlord, contact experienced Buffalo landlord tenant lawyer Robert Friedman for guidance. With over 35 years of experience, he has the skills and resources needed to ensure your rights are protected. Call today and let his experience work for you.
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