Louisiana Apartment Collections
Apartment leases inside Louisiana are governed by Louisiana Civil Code Sections 2676, 2703, 2704, 2720, 2728, Louisiana Equal Housing Opportunity Act, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) if being collected by a third party debt collector. This property code lays out the rights and obligations of the tenant and landlord a residential lease situation and apartment collections.
When you hire our law firm we:
- Interview you about what happened and what your expectations are for the resolution of the account.
- If needed, we will send a dispute letter to the debt collector and or apartment complex.
- We will evaluate any documentation that is returned.
- A recommendation will be given to you to which may be the best course of action
- We will then help you act upon that recommendation. If an eviction judgment was issued we will work to release that judgment as well in our negotiation.
Why hire us to help you with a Louisiana apartment collections?
- A demand letter from an attorney may carry more weight than a demand letter sent yourself.
- The demand letter will be crafted to take advantage of existing state and federal law in an attempt to put you in the best position possible.
- Traceable proof of delivery of our demand letter.
- We followup with the demand letter to make sure the intended party receives it.
- We help you resolve the apartment debt collections.
- We can file a lawsuit to correct erroneous information if needed.
Louisiana Tenant’s Rights
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