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Landlord/Tenant Law

In Connecticut’s Courts, “Eviction” Actions are called Summary Process and depending upon jurisdiction, are often handled by a specialized court. Summary Process (Eviction) and Housing matters are considered to be some of the more complicated areas of the law. At Brown Paindiris & Scott, our experienced housing law attorneys, are here to help Landlords bring a successful Summary Process (Eviction) action in the Connecticut Courts.

While our attorneys do not typically represent tenants in housing matters, we are willing to represent tenants under certain circumstances. Call us at 860-659-0700 for free case evaluation.

Housing Matters we can assist you with are as follows:

  • Residential Evictions
  • Commercial Evictions
  • Entry and Detainer
  • Security Deposit Disputes
  • Landlord/Tenant Disputes (Outside of Court Intervention)

We’re with You Every Step of the Way

Our competent Housing Court attorneys and their staff will be with you throughout the eviction process. We will prepare, serve, and file the Notice to Quit, Summons, Complaint as well as any other court documents that may be required in your specific case. In addition to preparing all documents for you, we will also attend hearings, housing mediation, and trial with you; and of course, we will be available to answer any questions along the way.

If you have already initiated a Summary Process action and are now looking for representation, that is not a problem, we can pick up where you left off.

Flat Rate Representation

Most residential eviction cases are handled on a flat rate basis and our fees and costs are disclosed upfront. More complicated residential evictions, commercial evictions and entry and detainer cases are evaluated on a case-by-case basis and the fee structure may differ.

COVID-19 Considerations

The COVID-19 Pandemic has caused new requirements to be put in place in order to proceed successfully with a Summary Process (Eviction) action. Our attorneys know how to navigate these changes and bring successful Summary Process actions.

Call Us Today!

Most Summary Process (Eviction) actions can be initiated the same day that we first speak on the phone. Call us today at 860-659-0700 for a free case evaluation and to get started with your Summary Process Eviction Action.