Alabama Landlord Attorneys
Representing Commercial & Residential Lessors and Landlords
Johnston, Moore & Weston is experienced in the representation of commercial & residential lessors when it comes to lessee defaults as well as various other disputes that arise under shopping center and commercial & residential leases. Our experienced attorneys can provide both general advice as well as representation should a lawsuit need to be filed or defended against.
We are happy to handle cases that are related to any of the following areas:
- Collection of accelerated rent and unpaid rent
- Eviction [See Ala. Code §6-6-310, et seq. (1975)]
- Interpretation of unclear Lease provisions, which includes filing declaratory judgment actions
- Responsibilities, rights, obligations, and remedies under federal and state statutes
- Responsibilities, remedies, obligations, and rights under the Lease
- Compliance, performance, defaults, breaches, and miscellaneous additional disputes that involve specific Lease provisions
Additionally, we work with our clients to prepare leases and documents related to them. We also help recommend modifications to existing Leases in order to better tailor the documents to meet our client’s requirements as well as to maximize their interests while minimizing litigation.
Alabama Uniform Residential Landlord & Tenant Act
Our legal time represents residential landlords relating to Alabama residential leasing laws. We aim to help with the defense and enforcement of landlords’ rights when it comes to residential leases as well as the Alabama Residential Landlord and Tenant Act.
This includes the following:
- Rights, remedies, obligations, and responsibilities under the Act and the Lease
- Rights, remedies, obligations, and responsibilities taking place under the Act
- Compliance, performance, defaults, breaches, and miscellaneous additional disputes that involve specific provisions of the Lease and the Act
- Unlawful detainer and eviction [See Ala. Code §35-9A-101, et seq. (1975)]
- Ejectment (where the eviction was not the appropriate remedy) [See Ala. Code §6-6-280, et seq. 1975)]
- Collecting unpaid rent
The attorneys at Johnston, Moore & Weston concentrate on defending and representing residential and commercial & residential landowners when it comes to litigating and resolving legal disputes that are related to the ownership, sale, or use of real estate.
This includes the following:
- Fence encroachment
- Boundary line
- Adverse possession
- Nuisance and trespass
- Breach of contract
- Miscellaneous disputes with sellers, purchasers, real estate agents, and brokers
- Miscellaneous disputes involving landowners, builders, homeowners, subcontractors, contractors, and developers
For more information about Commercial & Residential Lessors and Landlords law in Alabama and how an experienced attorney can help, reach out to Johnston, Moore & Weston. Contact us to discuss your case and to set up a consultation.