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Lease Agreements

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When you enter into an agreement with a new tenant, you want to make sure you have a specific, legally binding lease agreement in place to protect your property and your rights as a landlord. Unfortunately, a poorly written lease could end up costing you time and money.

If you are dealing with a property management issue, our Panama City attorneys are here to help. At The Virga Law Firm, P.A., our team has the legal knowledge and practical experience necessary to help with your lease agreement case from start to finish. We have more than 80 years of combined legal experience in our corner, and we have successfully helped hundreds of clients by using custom-created solutions. Our lawyers are dedicated to helping our clients succeed, and we want to help you too.

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Florida Lease Agreement Issues

Property and apartment management companies need a solid foundation with their tenants if they wish to build and sustain trustworthy, beneficial relationships. When it comes to property management, finding the right lease agreement is key to reinforcing that foundation.

If you are a property manager, you need a variety of documents, including landlord forms and lease agreements, to properly protect your rights and your property. Our experienced lawyers can work with you to draft the type of lease agreement you need, amend existing agreements, or review other crucial property documents.

Necessary Parts of a Lease

A binding lease agreement will outline the expectations and the obligations of either party. Both the tenant and the landlord have a responsibility to one another. For example, the landlord may be expected to maintain a safe property, while the tenant should be expected to pay rent on time each month. A lease should always be specific so as to avoid any misunderstandings or potential issues later on, which is why you need to work with an experienced property lawyer when gathering your documents.

A proper Florida lease will typically include a description of the property, the names of all parties involved, the length of the rental lease, the amount of rent expected, the date rent should be paid, as well as several other factors.

Ready to get started? Our award-winning property management attorneys are prepared to help with your toughest lease agreement issues. Whether you need help drafting a new lease, amending an existing agreement, or solving a lease dispute, our firm can provide you with the legal guidance you need.

To discuss your case with our Panama City property management lawyers, contact The Virga Law Firm, P.A. today.