Landlord / Tenant

As a Landlord or Tenant, you need to leases, the sanitary codes and the Security deposit Law. Do not get yourself in a bind by trying to represent yourself through Massachusetts’ complicated Landlord Tenant Laws.  We at Prousalis & Papantonakis, P.C. have years of experience in and out of Court handling cases for both Landlords and Tenants. As a result, we are best prepared to represent you in Court or outside of it.

Landlord

What should I be concerned with If I am a Landlord? 

THINGS TO DO PRE-LEASE

  • Know the Massachusetts Consumer Guide to Tenants Rights;
  • Lead Certification;
  • Discrimination;
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    Finding and Legally Evaluating good Tenants

I Can Help

John Papantonakis
John N. Papantonakis

Thanks for your interest. I look forward to helping you simplify the complex legal issues in front of you. P&P Law has been the trusted partner of Lynnfield area residents. I look forward to meeting with you.

Contact me today.

(781) 246-2000

jpap@propaplaw.com

THINGS TO DO WHEN SIGNING A LEASE

  • Perform walk-through with perspective Tenant
  • Sign the Lease AND  State in Lease All matters to be addressed/fixed
  • Have Tenant sign Statement of Conditions stating no sanitary issues.
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    Give Tenant copy of executed Lease within 30 days of Lease being signed
  • Provide Tenant with Letter stating where Security Deposits and Last Month rents collected

THINGS TO DO DURING A LEASE

  • Send interest check accrued every year within 30 days of the anniversary of the Lease.
  • Maintain property/apartment in proper sanitary condition.
  • Advise Tenant of prospective sale of property and what happens to their security and/or last month deposits

Tenant

THINGS TO DO DURING A LEASE

  • Know the Massachusetts Consumer Guide to Tenants Rights;
  • Know the Security Deposit Law;
  • Keep Everything in Writing.
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