Our Commercial And Residential Tenant Services
As a tenant, you may find yourself asking some of the following questions: What are my rights if my landlord is going through a foreclosure? What can I do if my landlord refuses to comply with my repair requests? Do I have any defenses to an eviction? What can I do if my landlord refuses to accept my rent? What happens if my landlord won’t renew my lease? What damages can my landlord take out of my security deposit? How long will it take to get my security deposit back after I move out? Can the landlord change the locks on my door?
In routine matters such as review of lease agreements, our lawyers can respond promptly and efficiently. In more complex matters such as lease buyouts and termination negotiations, we often seek a creative solution that protects our client’s interests yet can still motivate the other party to accept an agreement.
We have a proven record of resolving our clients’ lease and contract issues in a cost-effective, timely manner. Triangle Law Group attorneys use their creativity to reach the best resolution possible for our clients.
Representing Tenants Throughout The State
Triangle Law Group represents tenants in commercial and residential lease matters. We provide legal services in Raleigh and Wake County and throughout North Carolina. Many matters can be handled by a telephone conversation or brief in-person meeting.
Triangle Law Group handles matters of all sizes for our tenant clients. Clients range from individual residential tenants to commercial tenants of shopping centers. Triangle Law Group handles both residential and commercial matters, and no case is too small.
Our services include lease drafting and review, contract interpretation, lease negotiations, buyouts, defense in summary ejectment (eviction) matters, handling appeals from eviction cases to District Court and dealing with typical landlord-tenant issues. Such issues include litigation and informal dispute resolution.
Our law firm also has handled many toxic mold cases for commercial and residential tenant clients in North Carolina.
Identifying Problems Before They Arise
Our preferred course is to prevent problems from arising in the first place. In negotiating a lease, for example, we will take the time to identify potential problems and make appropriate provisions that protect our client’s rights and interests. That is why it is so important to have your lease reviewed before you sign it! This is particularly true for commercial leases, which generally have little protection for the tenant. Triangle Law Group carefully reviews leases and uses its creativity to suggest revisions that protect our clients’ rights. We also advise our clients regarding their duties and obligations when there is no written lease.