(1) Deliver clean and habitable property;
(2) Provide and maintain various utilities and appliances;
(3) Keep common areas clean/proper repair; and
(4) Make repairs upon reasonable notice from tenant.
(1) Comply with applicable health and housing codes;
(2) Reasonablness in cleaniless, maintenance, and use;
(3) Return property in clean and proper condition; and
(4) Give notice to landlord of issues and provide access for repairs;
When these obligations are not met, the landlord or the tenant have rights of enforcement such as bringing a cause of action against the faulty party.
An experienced collections lawyer can explain what your rights of enforcement are and how you can remedy your situation. Call (574) 784-1019 for assistance with your collection needs including landlord tenant issues.