Landlord Tenant Law

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Assisting Ohio Landlords and Tenants with Evictions and Lease Agreements

At the Cornetet, Meyer, Rush & Stapleton, Co., L.P.A., we are available to draft, review, and negotiate commercial and residential leases, and assist either landlords or tenants with issues relating to evictions, unlawful detainer, breach of lease, failure to make repairs, and other commercial landlord tenant disputes.

Contact our Cincinnati law firm to schedule a consultation with a knowledgeable landlord-tenant attorney.

Comprehensive Landlord-Tenant Services

Our attorneys offer advice and representation in a full spectrum of legal matters facing commercial and residential landlords and tenants.

  • Evictions (forcible entry and detainer): Our firm is available to assist clients in pursuing an eviction action against tenants who have breached a lease by failure to pay rent or failure to comply with terms of a lease agreement. We also advise clients regarding unlawful detainer and other legal matters pertaining to the eviction of a tenant.
  • Lease agreements: Our lawyers conduct lease negotiations between landlords and commercial tenants in Ohio. We analyze agreements and ensure that our clients’ interests are preserved in the agreement. In addition, we ensure there are no ambiguous terms in the agreement that may cause the potential for future disputes.
  • Landlord-Tenant disputes: We handle landlord-tenant litigation involving evictions, lease disputes, delayed rent payment, breached lease agreements, failure to make repairs, and other disputes. If you have a rental property in the City of Cincinnati and you purchased before October 30, 2019, you will want to read this article on a change in the law.
  • Other landlord-tenant issues: Our law firm takes a comprehensive approach to ensuring our client is protected. Therefore, when representing a landlord in a legal matter, we also advise them of the importance of proper business entity selection. We assist landlords in establishing their business as a limited liability company (LLC) so that they are personally protected from liability should future disputes arise.

For effective legal representation in an eviction or other landlord-tenant matter, contact the lawyers at Cornetet, Meyer, Rush & Stapleton, Co., L.P.A., in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Landlord-Tenant Law Attorneys: D. Todd Rush, Michael S. Spillane, & Elliott Stapleton