Landlord-Tenant Dispute Form

Fill out the below Landlord-Tenant Dispute Form for your free consultation with the Dickson Davis Law Firm: 

Full Legal Name *
Full Legal Name
Current Address *
Current Address
Enter the contact information for the property in which you currently reside.
Phone *
Phone
Please list the best phone number for which the firm may contact you.
How did you hear about Dickson Davis Law Firm? *
How may the firm best reach you? *
Please indicate the preferred method of contact for which the firm may contact you.
Who are you? *
Please list the name of the opposing party whether the opposing party is a person or an entity.
Is the opposing party represented by an attorney? *
Please indicate if the opposing party is represented by counsel. If so, then please indicate contact information if available under other.
Upcoming Court Date
Upcoming Court Date
Please be advised that you should seek consultation immediately upon receiving any notice for hearings regarding the landlord-tenant dispute as most hearings have a short turnaround time frame. The firm will assist with emergency type of situations at a surcharge with less than 24 hours notice.
Rental Property Location? *
Rental Property Location?
Please include the address for the rental property in this dispute.
What type of lease is at issue? *
Do you have a copy of the original lease? *
Do you have a complete record of the payment history since the beginning of the lease? *
Is the rental property owner-occupied? *
Is the Landlord and the Property Owner one and the same person or entity? *
If the landlord and the property owner is not the one and same person or entity, then please indicate so under the section for "Other Notes."
What day is rent due? *
What day is rent due?
Please list the next due or the last due date for rent?
Include your monthly rent involved in the dispute.
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When was the last rent payment made? *
When was the last rent payment made?
If not applicable, then enter $0.00.
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Have you received or filed a Writ of Ejectment? *
Was the South Carolina 5 Day Grace Period observed? *
Did the landlord send a written notice to the tenant after the rent due date stating the tenant had five days to pay rent or face eviction?
Was the South Carolina 14 Day Grace Period to cure lease violations observed? *
Did the landlord send a written notice to the tenant after the alleged lease violation stating the tenant's lease violation and that the tenant had 14 days to cure the defect?
Issues: *
Please check all the issues involved in this dispute.
Please include any other notes you may have regarding this landlord-tenant dispute. You may also email info @ dicksondavislaw.com supporting documentation regarding your free consultation.