Legal disputes with landlords come in all shapes and sizes. Some of the more common ones concern security deposits, rent, privacy, repairs and habitability. Tenants can often resolve problems directly with their landlord. But sometimes, a lawsuit ends up being the best option. Read on to consider whether suing your landlord makes sense in your case.
How to Sue Your Landlord: Overview
How to file and win a small claims court case against your landlord
Tenants' Rights: When to Hire a Lawyer
Lawyers are expensive, but there are times when hiring one might be necessary to protect your rights as a renter.
Can I Sue My Landlord for Housing Discrimination?
How to sue your landlord for illegal discrimination.
Can I Sue My Landlord For Keeping My Security Deposit For Normal Wear And Tear?
Learn how to dispute a landlord's deposit deductions for ordinary wear and tear.
Can I Sue My Landlord for an Illegal Eviction?
You can sue your landlord—but you need the law and provable facts on your sight to fight—and win—an eviction lawsuit.
Can I Sue My Landlord for Refusing to Make Repairs?
Tenants have many options to get their landlord to make repairs or to fix problems that make their rental unit unsafe or healthy. Whether or not a lawsuit makes sense depends on several factors,
Can I Sue My Landlord for Lead Paint Hazards?
Question Can I sue my landlord for lead paint hazards?
Can I Sue My Landlord for Bed Bugs in the Building?
Understand your options when your landlord refuses to address a bed bug problem in your rental.
Suing Your Landlord for Mold-Related Health Problems
Actions to take if you have significant health impairment caused by mold.
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