Providing Landlord Representation In Ejectment Actions

Numerous laws govern landlords' and tenants' rights in North Carolina. Our clients often believe they have a grasp of the laws and rights that apply to them in ejectment actions. Unfortunately, for every law that the public is aware of, there are several others that are relevant. A legal error in a landlord-tenant dispute can lead to serious consequences.

If you face a landlord-tenant commercial or residential dispute as a landlord, the Law Office of James M. Borden, PLLC, can provide experienced help.

The Sorts Of Representation We Provide

Attorney James Borden has resolved dozens of ejectment action issues involving leased and rented property, including disputes over:

  • Security deposits
  • Property damage
  • Evictions
  • Section 8 issues
  • Getting out of a lease early
  • Subleases

Landlords and property owners who do not understand the law and act wrongly can face civil penalties. Any procedural error early on can lead to significant problems. For a lawyer's advice and help in resolving your dispute cost-effectively, contact our office.

Do you have questions regarding landlord-tenant laws? Contact the Law Office of James M. Borden, PLLC, in Greensboro, by calling 336-542-2198 or 866-720-5634.

Our office charges just $100 for a legal consultation regarding any ejectment dispute. If more legal help is needed, our fees are reasonable, and the consultation fee is subtracted from further charges. Don't risk breaking the law and jeopardize your rights and interests. Instead, contact our offices for more information.

Putting Experience On Your Side

If you are a North Carolina property owner and face a dispute with a tenant, contact the Law Office of James M. Borden, PLLC. We charge affordable, competitive and reasonable rates and accept credit cards. To contact an attorney, call 336-542-2198 or 866-720-5634. We provide representation for property owners in Davidson and Guilford counties.