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Landlord Tenant Law
What do you do when a tenant consistently violates the terms of your lease or fails to pay rent? At the Bashore Green Law Group, we protect landlords' rights for commercial and residential real estate. We can help you deal with problem tenants in the Detroit area and throughout Michigan.

Collections and Evictions: Protecting Landlords' Rights
Our attorneys provide aggressive, cost-effective and efficient representation to help you enforce your landlords' rights and protect your interests. We handle:
  • Collections
  • Evictions
  • Lease violations
  • Property damage
  • Violence and criminal activity
  • Excessive noise
How to Handle Problem Tenants
If tenants are late paying rent, destroying property or behaving disruptively, we first serve them with a notice to quit and a demand for payment. Hiring an attorney shows them you take their violations seriously, and many times our notice is enough to make them amend their ways. If they still refuse, then we may have to involve the courts and eventually move forward with eviction proceedings.

Preventive Care: Drafting an Effective Lease
It doesn't cost much to go to the Board of Realtors for a generic lease that you and your tenants can sign. Unfortunately, if any conflict ever arises, your lease might turn out to be useless. By hiring a lawyer to draft a lease that anticipates problems and takes your personal circumstances into consideration, you safeguard yourself against costly litigation in the future.

We provide cost-conscious services to help you draft a lease that will function properly in case you ever need to use it.


"Whether Your Case Is Big Or Small, In Bashore Green Law Group, We Treat All Our Clients As Family And We Are Committed To Getting Them Justice."
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Pontiac, Michigan Attorney
17 S. Saginaw, 2nd Floor
Pontiac, Michigan 48342
Tel: 248.209.6009
Fax: 248-209-6010
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