Eviction, where a person is forcibly removed from a residence, can happen for a number of reasons, but not everyone always agrees on the necessity of this action. Eviction is often reserved for extreme tenant / landlord disputes and may easily lead to legal issues between the two parties. It is especially important to understand your rights in a Dallas court when it comes to eviction disputes. Fortunately, the attorneys of Gagnon, Peacock & Vereeke, P.C. have years of experience that qualify them to handle real estate litigation like this in a variety of cases.
Common Causes of Eviction Disputes
There might be any number of reasons why an eviction is disputed. For instance, a tenant might claim that:
- A landlord overcharged
- A landlord evicted him/her without proper notice
- A landlord failed to keep up property
- A landlord is discriminating
On the other hand, a landlord might claim that a tenant never paid rent or was perpetually late, a tenant damaged property extensively, or another reason. Any of these issues could complicate an eviction, and an experienced attorney in Dallas may be able to help settle the problem.
Contact a Real Estate Attorney in Dallas
If you are in the midst of a dispute about eviction, whether you are a tenant or a property owner, you may need to consult with an attorney about your rights. The real estate lawyers of Gagnon, Peacock & Vereeke, P.C., have experience helping Dallas residents resolve their eviction disputes in court and may be able to help you, too. Contact our offices today by calling (214) 317-4448 to learn more about our services and how we can help.