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Landlord Tenant

Landlord Tenant

Landlord Tenant Disputes in South Carolina
Relationships between a landlord and tenant can lead to disputes that need to be resolved with the help of a Landlord Tenant Dispute Lawyer through litigation proceedings.

Call our firm if you rent or lease property and find yourself in one of the following situations:
Lease disputes, breach of lease
Your property has been damaged by tenants
Your landlord is evicting you
Your landlord is evicting you without proper court procedures
Your landlord discriminates against you
Your landlord fails to make necessary repairs
You have been injured or made ill on your rental property
Your landlord fails to return your security deposit

South Carolina Landlord Tenant Dispute Attorney
Serving the Spartanburg, Greenville, and Anderson areas, we have experience representing both landlords and tenants in commercial and residential lease disputes. We will help you understand the laws and your legal obligations as well as aggressively defend your rights both in and out of the courtroom.

Free Landlord Tenant Dispute Consultation
For both residential and commercial rental and lease properties, the Victoria Law Firm’s Landlord Tenant Dispute lawyer can help you with your dispute whether you’re the tenant or the landlord. Call us today for a free consultation.

What You Should Know About Landlord and Tenant Disputes in South Carolina
Both landlords and tenants have many rights and legal obligations under the South Carolina Residential Landlord-Tenant Act, S.C. Code Ann. § 27-40-10 to -940. In some cases, a tenant can seek treble damages (meaning three times the damages) if a landlord does not comply with the act.

If you are a landlord who is not familiar with the South Carolina Residential Landlord-Tenant Act, we encourage you to seek advice from Victoria Law Firm before a dispute arises. An experienced South Carolina Landlord-Tenant lawyer from our firm can help you understand your rights as a landlord and mitigate problems before a dispute arises.

And finally, know your rights, document everything, and keep copies of your sent letters.