Landlord-Tenant Law

The Landlord and Tenant relationship ties together both Contractual and Property implications. Both parties have responsibilities to each other outlined in a lease or by agreement and governed by Rhode Island law. It is important to know your responsibilities and what you should expect from the other side. Landlords cannot use self help during tense times (shutting off utilities, changing locks, entering without notice, failing to maintain the property…) and it will not look good in the eyes of a Judge at Trial. At WARR & WARR, PC we can provide legal representation and help guide you through any difficulties you may have in this matter.

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