February 29, 2016
While everyone may have the best intentions when renting a property, sometimes these situations do not work out. Here in this post- Landlords Rights a Guide to Evictions you can learn how these discrepancies come about. Maybe your tenant has stopped paying rent or damaged the apartment beyond normal wear-and-tear, and you are left with no choice but to evict the tenant. Unfortunately, evictions are likely to be a source of aggravation and unanticipated expenses for landlords. Massachusetts law generally favors tenants rights, so it is extremely important to know your rights as a landlord if you find yourself in a situation where eviction has become necessary.