Similar to Purchase and Sale Agreements, Ohio law requires all lease agreements for real property greater than one (1) year to be made in writing. Commercial and residential lease agreements are critical to ensuring clarity in the lessor’s and lessee’s rights and obligations. Lessors and lessees should pay particular attention to lease topics including: term, price, calculation of price, expenses, maintenance, renewal, notice, and permitted uses. Contact an attorney at Katz, Pryor & DiCuccio, LLP today to ensure your lease agreement fits the needs of your home or business.
Both landlords and tenants need quality representation navigating Ohio’s landlord/tenant law. The provisions of R.C. 5321 are often vague and require expertise. When disputes arise between landlords and tenants, in either commercial or residential settings, it is important that the parties rely on attorneys who know this area of law. Our clients depend on assistance interpreting provisions in their lease agreements, issuing contractually and statutorily required notices, or filing suit in forcible entry and detainer (eviction) actions. Contact an attorney at Katz, Pryor & DiCuccio, LLP today to ensure your rights are properly exercised under Ohio’s landlord/tenant law.