"When a court concludes as a matter of law that a rental agreement or any provision thereof is unconscionable, the court may refuse to enforce the agreement[.]
Summers v. Crestview; Montana Code Annotated § 70–24–404(1)(a).
The Montana Consumer Law Center has assisted countless tenants with a diverse range of rental issues including wrongful security deposit withholding, illegal discrimination, failure to provide essential services, pest infestation, and illegal eviction. If you are facing these or other legal issues related to your rental housing, we may be able to help.
Contact us today to schedule a time for one of our attorneys to sit down with you and review your situation. We will do our best to answer your questions, advise you of your rights, and explain your best options for going forward.
Don't wait until it's too late. Call us at (406) 721-3000 or email today.
* Under Montana landlord-tenant law, a tenant who prevails in a case against a landlord may be awarded his or her attorney's fees by the court, requiring the landlord to pay the tenant's legal expenses.
Tenants do have rights.
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