Landlord / Tenant


If you’ve ever lived in an apartment complex before or rented out a commercial space, you know it’s not as simple as handing over a check and moving in. It requires paperwork, lots of signatures, and agreements. To ensure your rights as the landlord or tenant are protected, enlist the professionals from Integrity Law, P.A. today.
Although the State of Florida does not require landlords and tenants to have a written lease, it’s needed to outline the responsibilities and protect the rights of both landlord and tenant. It’s important to read between the lines of the written rental agreement to ensure you know and understand what you are agreeing to before you sign on the dotted line.

The professionals at Integrity Law, P.A. can help draft and review residential and commercial leases. If there is something you are questioning in the written rental agreement or would like us to further explain to you, we will do whatever we can to make sure you fully understand your lease.



Disputes between a landlord and tenant can be avoided with our help. Once we make sure you understand the terms you’re agreeing to, there’s no reason for disputes to occur over issues with rent, security deposits, tenant complaints and other scenarios.

If you have a question or issue concerning your residential or commercial lease, give us a call today for a free consultation with one of our attorneys.