LANDLORD & TENANT

Landlord & Tenant Attorney


Landlord and Tenant Law concerns renting and leasing property and the rights of both the owner and the renter or lessee. The Landlord and Tenant Attorneys at Hanlon & Zubkus represent several landlords operating large apartment complexes, several landlords who own and operate one to ten apartments and others who rent a duplex or a part of their home. The statutes setting forth landlord and tenant law in New Hampshire are RSA 540, 540-A, and 540-5. A landlord cannot use “self-help” to remove an unwanted tenant from his leased property. Doing so could lead to a Chapter 540-A action being initiated against the landlord with a potential penalty of a thousand dollars per infraction.
Landlord Tenant Attorney Rochester, NH

There are several different reasons for which a tenant may be evicted warranting either a 7-day or 30-day eviction notice. If you are a landlord, whether it be one property or one hundred, the Landlord and Tenant Attorneys at Hanlon & Zubkus can help. We are experienced in the eviction process and will assist a landlord from preparing the Demand for Rent and Eviction Notice to the preparation of the Landlord and Tenant Writ and follow through to completion at the hearing in the various circuit courts in the State of New Hampshire. We represent landlord clients on a statewide basis, assisting in all aspects of the eviction process.

If you are a tenant and feel that you were unjustly evicted or your landlord has turned off your electricity, water, heat, or cable, you may need to seek an immediate order under Chapter 540-A, requiring the landlord to turn the utility back on.

THE ATTORNEYS AT HANLON & ZUBKUS ARE IN COURT EVERY DAY PROTECTING THEIR CLIENTS RIGHTS. CALL US AT (603) 332-8499.

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