Attorney Mark D. Colson has represented many property managers, landlords, and tenants in summary process (eviction) cases in the state’s housing courts. In some cases legal representation is required, and in others it is recommended. We have prosecuted summary process (eviction) cases for landlords of single family properties, multi-family properties, Section 8 properties, and commercial properties.
Some reasons for summary process (eviction) cases include:
- Non-payment of rent
- Breach of lease terms
- Right or privilege to occupy the space has terminated
- Never had the right or privilege to occupy the space
- Lapse of time / expiration of lease period / non-renewal of lease
Additionally, Attorney Mark D. Colson has represented both landlords and tenants in various civil litigation and civil housing matters including entry and detainer (lockout), breach of lease agreement cases, security deposit claims, and rental damage cases.
Contact the office today if you would like information or to schedule a consultation for potential Landlord / Tenant representation.