San Francisco Real Estate & Landlord-Tenant Lawyer

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Mr. Braden represents both commercial clients and individuals in all proceedings and transactions that deal with real property—land and the structures attached to it—including purchase and sale, construction, mortgages and foreclosures, leases, zoning, title examinations, quiet title actions, closings, and management.  He represents both plaintiffs and defendants in brokerage disputes and property loan litigation.

You may find yourself needing to contact a real estate lawyer if someone violated your rights as a tenant. Sadly, this happens much more often than people would think, and it may result in a less than ideal relationship between you and your landlord. Luckily, there is California real estate law James Braden specializes in, which can protect you in some situations.

Providing Safe Living Environments

Your landlord must provide you with safe living space as per California landlord tenant law. Landlords must make sure the building is up to code and that there are not any obvious and present dangers that could cause you to get hurt. This is the bare minimum that all landlords should be doing anyway — it is a requirement for them to do so.

Non-Discrimination Laws

Another area where a San Francisco real estate & landlord-tenant lawyer may come in handy is when there are concerns about possible discrimination in housing. There is no excuse for a landlord to discriminate against anyone, and those who do this kind of thing can get themselves in very serious trouble with the law. Thus, you will want to make sure you reach out to the property authorities regarding these laws if you feel that someone discriminates against you.

Proper Notice and Other Matters

Landlords need to provide notice when they are ending a contract with you or when they want to do something like raising the rent. Thus, you will want to make sure that you get in touch with James Braden if your landlord has not taken the proper steps to end your contract or has attempted to do something like raise the rent without giving you notice ahead of time. Such measures are illegal, and it is a big deal to get them reversed if you possibly can so that you can start to live your life fully once again. Contact James Braden now to learn more.

Contact a San Francisco Real Estate & Landlord-Tenant Lawyer at The Law Office of James M. Braden for legal representation today. Let our experience help you.