How fast can we resolve a non-payment of rent matter?
Updated: May 19, 2022
Quite often, when discussing potential litigation involving non-payment of rent, a common concern we hear from commercial landlords is the time constraints and how tenants take advantage of the court system by attempting to stay in the premises for months, if not years during the lawsuit phase while attempting to not pay any rent until a final court order. This is a process that can take years and much to the detriment of the landlord who wants to cut the dead weight and find a better quality tenant for their building.
At our law firm, we can get your case in front of a judge within 15-20 days from the moment they are served and not a moment too late! We can effectively force the tenant to pay his rent going forward and should he default at any time, he is foreclosed from debating his case any further and we can effectively get a final judgment much sooner with no questions asked.
For more on this matter, do not hesitate to contact us at 514-882-2920 or send us an email to schedule a consultation for any of your real estate needs.
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