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Each landlord and tenant have their own agendas when signing a lease with one another. We at Jeff Jinks Law will sort through the details with you to get to a quick resolution.


Landlords AND Tenants.

To have both landlord representation and tenant representation can be a tricky tasks. Property disputes, lease terms, common area maintenance and capital expenditures are going to be one of many issues on your agenda to protect your interest against any party. Our Carmel Real Estate attorneys have experience in strategically implementing services around both the landlord and tenant. Let’s explore each group and how they differ from one another.


Our Firm Looks Out For Our Clients


Landlord Representation Definition

You as the landlord worked hard to purchase your building. You take pride in caring for your residences. From the apartment owner installing a new pool or landscaping to the retail strip center owner that refinished the parking lot, you want the best for creating a happy and healthy relationship with your tenants. The question of how both landlord and tenant revolving around how dependent each party is to one another. We are able to assess many issues surrounding how a landlord can be affected by this special relationship such as:

  • Eviction Proceedings
  • Lease Agreement Creation and Review
  • Early Lease Termination Litigation
  • Rent Recovery and Compensation

No relationship is perfect but having the right strategy around your interest specifically as a landlord and how best to resolve suits brought against you and have your commercial assets covered.


Tenant Representation Definition

As a tenant of a commercial building, you want to have the best place for your customers and clients, decrease your expenses and maximize your profit for the product or service you provide. As a residential tenant of a home or apartment building, you want a safe, clean and nice neighborhood to live in. When looking at either commercial tenants or residential tenants, the relationship is usually based around the lease agreement you sign. Let’s look at what a lease could include and possible issues that could arise from those points:

  • Eviction Rights
  • Lease or Rental Disagreements
  • Fair Housing Laws
  • Property Disrepair and Conditions

Taking a proactive approach to being a tenant in both a commercial and residential setting make sense. Shop for the best renter’s insurance or commercial coverage for your inventory or capital improvements. You can gain an advantage even when a little legal help.



Whether you’re a landlord dealing with a tenant that is constantly paying late rent or vandalizing their space or a tenant that is living in an apartment or home that could be condemned, choosing a real estate attorney from Indianapolis that is familiar with landlord-tenant issues is paramount to the success or failure of the litigation against the opposed party.

Contact Our Carmel Real Estate Attorney For Your Agreements Today.

To schedule your landlord or tenant issue conversation, please contact our Indiana real estate attorneys from our firm today!


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REAL ESTATE Landlords Beware! Written By Jeff Jinks SUBJECT: LANDLORDS BEWARE In, In Re Great Lakes Quick Lube LP v. T.D. Investments I, LLP, The US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit ruled that a commercial tenant’s lease termination that happens before it has filed for bankruptcy could be considered an avoidable transfer under

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REAL ESTATE Castlewood Property Owners Association, Inc. v. Leticia Guerra-Danko​ Written By Jeff Jinks SUBJECT: Castlewood Property Owners Association, Inc. v. Leticia Guerra-Danko Castlewood Property Owners Association, Inc. v. Leticia Guerra-Danko Leticia Guerra-Danko added siding to her home before obtaining approval from the Architectural review Committee (ARC) which is located in the Castlewood subdivision. She


REAL ESTATE CITIES USING ZONING TO AVOID EMINENT DOMAIN REQUIREMENTS. Written By Jeff Jinks CITIES USING ZONING TO AVOID EMINENT DOMAIN REQUIREMENTS. In a recent Wall Street Journal article it was reported that several cities are using their local zoning laws to avoid the requirement of paying private property owners when their property is taken.




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