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Lease Agreement Lawyers in Orlando

Ensuring That Your Rental Interests Are Protected

Florida property management and apartment management companies rely on a solid foundation to base their management decisions and relationship with tenants. That foundation rests on the right lease agreement and landlord forms. The importance of having the right attorney to draft the right documents for the right purposes cannot be overstated for managers in the property and apartment management business.

To ensure that your interests are well protected, you should retain the professional services of a seasoned Orlando landlord-tenant attorney from The Virga Law Firm, P.A. with experience preparing and reviewing lease agreements and forms. Our firm is the go-to place for receiving quality legal advice regarding your rights and options as a landlord, property manager, or apartment company.

To schedule an appointment about our legal services, call The Virga Law Firm, P.A. at (800) 822-5170.

Lease Agreements Under Florida Law

The Florida Residential Landlord and Tenant Act (Residential Act) defines “rental agreement” as a written or oral agreement that provides for the use and occupancy of premises for less than 1 year. The Residential Act defines “premises” as “a dwelling unit and the structure of which it is part…and grounds, areas, facilities, and property held out for the use of tenants generally.”

Thus, under the Residential Act, a lease can be affected through a formal written contract or an informal oral agreement. The extent of the parties’ rights and obligations with respect to the lease depend on whether the parties utilized a written or oral contract to create the lease. In certain situations, the parties must have a written agreement if they wish to craft their own terms that deviate from any default terms implied by law.

We are happy to assist you with the following issues involving lease agreements:

  • Rent provisions;
  • Execution of a lease;
  • Recording a lease;
  • Escalator clauses;
  • Renewal options;
  • Purchase options;
  • Termination provisions;
  • Attorney’s fees

You Can Count on Our Orlando Landlord-Tenant Attorneys

If you want to maximize your interests regarding your rental property, you should memorialize your terms in a written agreement. As a result, you need the experienced legal advice of an Orlando landlord-tenant attorney to assist you with preparing, or revising your lease documents. At The Virga Law Firm, P.A. we are the attorneys you can trust for all of your lease agreement and landlord forms preparation and advice. With many years of experience and many property management companies who rely on their advice, The Virga Law Firm, P.A. is the go-to law firm for all of your property and apartment management legal needs.

To discuss your legal options, call The Virga Law Firm, P.A. at (800) 822-5170 or contact us online today.