The landlord-tenant relationship is unique. Most states, including North Dakota, provide statutory rights and obligations that govern the landlord-tenant relationship. Regardless of what a lease says, North Dakota law controls. If you are a landlord, it is important to understand what you legally can and cannot do. If a landlord violates North Dakota law, the tenant can potentially collect penalties and attorney fees. Our attorneys have extensive experience advising landlords and tenants in residential, agricultural, commercial, and industrial contexts. We can help you to ensure your operation runs as smoothly as possible.
Our landlord – tenant law experience includes:
Dennis has been practicing law, and specializing in oil & gas litigation, in Watford City since 1980.Learn More
In addition to practicing law with Johnson & Sundeen, Ross is the Assistant Dunn County States Attorney.Learn More
Ariston joined JSLO in 2011 and has an excellent track record arguing appellate cases before the North Dakota Supreme Court.Learn More
Aaron also worked as a wildland firefighter for four summers while in college. He received various certifications and was on one of the largest fires in New Mexico state history, the Las Conchas Fire.Learn More