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Lease Disputes in New York

New York City Landlord Tenant Law

If you are involved in a dispute over the terms of your lease, whether you are a landlord or a tenant, it is in your best interests to consult with an experienced attorney who has a thorough understanding of landlord & tenant law. Disputes over rental housing can be exceedingly complex, as well as potentially becoming heated and contentious. A landlord tenant lawyer in NYC can assist by representing you with the other party and gathering the evidence to prove your argument, as well as possibly representing you in court in pursuit of a judgment in your favor. Take action to safeguard your personal interests now by calling or visiting The Law Office of Tamara I. Jordan P.L.L.C. to learn about your rights and begin working on a strategy for your case.

Types of Lease Disputes We Handle

An attorney from our firm can represent you in any type of legal dispute over the terms of your lease, and we are ready to begin working on your case immediately. For example, if you are involved in renewing your lease, it may be necessary to renegotiate the terms of the lease, such as if there is a disagreement over whether the apartment should be subject to rent control or rent stabilization. Both parties may have a great deal at stake in such a situation, with the landlord standing to gain or lose thousands of dollars over the term of the lease and the tenant facing the possibility of losing affordable housing. We can help to renegotiate the lease, as well as potentially taking the case to court if necessary.

Landlord Tenant Lawyer NYC

Need a lawyer for a lease dispute case in NYC? Here at The Law Office of Tamara I. Jordan P.L.L.C., we also assist you with disputes over the violation of a lease and possible eviction. In a non-payment dispute, the landlord simply has to prove that the tenant has broken the lease by becoming delinquent in paying the monthly rent. By bringing a nonpayment proceeding, the landlord can either recover the unpaid amount or secure a possessory judgment. In a holdover case, the landlord has to demonstrate that the tenant has violated the lease terms through actions such as posing a nuisance to other tenants or overstaying the expiration of the lease. These are only a few of the different types of lease dispute we can help to resolve.

We encourage you to contact our New York City landlord tenant law office today to discuss your individual situation and learn how we can help.

How You Can Benefit From Hiring Us

  • Founding attorney, Tamara I. Jordan, has over 18 years' experience that she utilizes on her clients' behalf.

  • 100% client driven and relentlessly pursues justice for each person that comes to us for help.

  • Won notable victories for countless clients, both through settlement and litigation.