Areas of Practice
Business and Corporate Law
Landlord Tenant Law
Wills, Estates, & Trusts
In Pennsylvania, Landlord-Tenant Law protects both tenants and landlords by establishing basic regulations for the rental of residential property. Rental issues, such as repairs and maintenance and eviction procedures, are governed by Landlord Tenant law.
Among other things, these laws designate the wording and content of leases, establish requirements regarding the condition of a rental property, provide terms for the refund of security deposits and dictate the process of eviction. Commercial real estate leasing has specific regulations as well.
The attorneys of Williamson, Friedberg & Jones have decades of experience representing tenants, landlords and property owners in matters involving both residential and commercial leases.
Our areas of expertise include:
- Commercial and Residential Leases
- Real Estate Law
- Land Use and Zoning
- Title Insurance
Learn more about the areas governed by Pennsylvania’s landlord-tenant law in this guide: Consumer Guide to Tenant and Landlord Rights.
Contact a WFJ attorney about a landlord-tenant issue here.