Landlord-Tenant Law

 

Whether you own the property or live in it, you have rights to protect your interests.

 

Ohio law provides a specific set of guidelines that must be followed by landlords and tenants when renting a property. A landlord-tenant relationship generally begins with the rental agreement, continues whlie the tenant lives in the property, and is terminated upon the end of the agreement. This period of time is often at least one year, which provides many opportunities for legal issues to arise.

 

Whether you are a landlord with a tenant failing to pay rent or a tenant whose landlord does not provide timely repairs, there are legal remedies available to you. The Law Office of Justin P. Barnhart will help you analyze your landlord-tenant issues and obtain the legal remedies available to you.

The information contained in this website is not legal advice nor legal opinion and it should not be relied upon as such. Furthermore, nothing contained in this website is intended to create or establish, and does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship between you and anyone else.

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