A Tenancy At Will is not a simple transaction.

If the tenancy is handled professionally from the outset, any complications that should arise during the tenancy are much simpler (and less expensive) to correct, which results in our clients being able to reap better rewards on their investments.

Because of a long-last precedence of strong tenant’s rights, landlords is Massachusetts must be cognizant of the laws and must address them from the very outset. A written agreement is almost a requirement in this day and age and it is important that the Agreement is tailored to the particular situation and written specifically for the laws of the Commonwealth.

The laws are designed to protect tenants, even though the landlord owns the property. In order to adequately protect his property and guard against liability, the Landlord must be aware of the intricacies of the law to avoid costly fines, property damage, and/or holdover tenants. If the tenancy is handled professionally from the outset, any complications that should arise during the tenancy are much simpler (and less expensive) to correct, which results in our clients being able to reap better rewards on their investments.

There are specific laws surrounding Leases and leasing, security deposits, pet rent, utilities and sub-metering, common areas, repairs, damages, lease end, rent increases, late fees, lead paint liability, withholding rent, etc. Both parties to the transaction must be aware of these laws in order to adequately protect their interests.

The attorneys at the Pellegrini Keogh, Inc. are ready, willing, and able to represent both landlords and tenants to protect their property and rights.