Our residential landlord-tenant law attorneys focus exclusively on representing and advising Oregon landlords in all stages of the process. If you are a landlord, you already know that Oregon’s residential landlord-tenant laws are complex, technical, and constantly changing, particularly during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis and the resulting eviction moratorium. By focusing exclusively on landlord-side representation, we can provide highly effective and efficient counsel to landlords every step of the way, from initial leasing applications all the way through to eviction trials and restitution of the property.
We help landlords enforce their rights under ever-changing local and state-wide laws, including on the following issues:
- lease agreement requirements
- qualifying landlord-based reasons for terminations
- caps on rent increases
- local and state-wide relocation assistance rules
- terminations for cause
- financial hardship declaration issues
- prohibitions on eviction for non-payment of rent under HB 4401
- service and contents of termination notices
- property damage and security deposit issues
- habitability and wrongful eviction claims by tenants
We also represent landlords in all aspects of court eviction proceedings, including the filing and service of the summons and complaint, attendance at the first appearance hearing, preparing for and handling the eviction trial, and dealing with post-trial restitution issues. If you are an Oregon landlord seeking landlord-side representation, please contact our office or use the online scheduling tool to set up an initial consultation with one of our landlord attorneys.
To learn more, please call us at (503) 206-6401 or click here to schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys.