Attorneys for Tenant Rental Rights

Tenant rental rights? Renting someone else's home does not give that person the right to violate tenant rental rights. While landlords do have their own rights as well, some landlords go beyond their boundaries and violate the renter's tenant rights. If you or someone you know is a tenant who has had their tenant rental rights violated by their landlord, contact a landlord tenant attorney today.

Have your tenant rental rights been violated? Contact the lawyers at The Gundy Law Firm.

Tenant rental rights include:

  • Privacy
  • Harassment
  • Sudden utility changes in rent
  • Unfair evictions

A home should be someone's safe haven and no one should feel scared, worried or violated in their home because of their landlord — even if that person technically owns the home. Many landlords take it upon themselves to enter a tenant's home without a justifiable cause (such as a true emergency) or without notice. This is a violation of tenant rental rights and a violation of privacy. In other situations, certain landlords may begin harassing their tenant for no real reason, such as their gender, race, sexual orientation, or other quality that does not affect their ability of being a good tenant. A tenant should not have to put up with any mental abuse from their landlord.

When you are living in someone else's home, it is usually their responsibility to fix certain utilities, unless stated otherwise in the lease. For example, being without working air conditioning in the hot summer months or being without a working heating system when temperatures drop below freezing is another violation of tenant rental rights.

Another serious problem that tenants experience is raised rent or unfair eviction. If the tenant signed a one-year lease at $1,000 a month, the tenant is entitled to stay in their home for that amount of time and for that rate. If a landlord wishes to raise the rent or force their tenant to move, they must wait until the lease is up and give proper notice. A landlord cannot randomly evict a tenant unless the tenant did something wrong or failed to pay rent. It is the right of a tenant to be able to live in a livable and stable apartment as long as the lease is being paid and the tenant has not caused problems.

Have your tenant rental rights been violated? The lawyers at The Gundy Law Firm are here to help