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Law for Property Owners

Landlord-Tenant Law for Property Owners

Effective New York Attorney Represents Property Owners in Landlord-Tenant Disputes

We represent property owners in the New York City area in landlord-tenant matters. We are dedicated to preserving the profitability and equity of landlords in conflicts over lease terms, property use, or any other issues affecting their ability to manage their rentals. Whether your tenants are individual residents or large commercial businesses, we will advocate for you when legal concerns arise.

Skilled lawyer resolves legal issues for owners of rental properties in the New York City area

Experienced real estate adviser handles a range of landlord-tenant issues

New York laws outline the rights and responsibilities of property owners who rent to individuals or businesses. We have committed our substantial knowledge of real estate, contract law, and property rights to representing New York landlords in cases involving:

  • Leases

  • Landlord-tenant disputes

  • Eviction proceedings for irresponsible or nonpaying tenants

  • Collecting from nonpaying tenants

  • Defending against accusations of discrimination

We help landlords to maintain the integrity and profitability of their properties by offering knowledgeable counsel on these and other issues. We are committed to helping you resolve problems involving your tenants or your property.

Detail-oriented attorney drafts solid leases for property owners

Landlords can avoid potential problems by having a well-drafted contract that enumerates all rental terms. We will discuss the particulars of your property and its occupancy to construct clear, detailed leases that cover all aspects of your rental agreement. When you present a lease to a prospective tenant, you will feel confident that your lease is in compliance with New York law and that your rights are protected should a dispute arise.

Responsive lawyer assists with evictions

If your tenants are violating the terms of the lease by damaging your property or failing to make rent payments, eviction offers a legal remedy. But it's important to realize that this process is not only disruptive to the tenant but will require the investment on your part of both time and money and may mean your rental is unoccupied longer than you like. With this scenario in mind, we can help mediate disputes when eviction is undesirable. In any case, if your tenants are engaged in disruptive, illegal or damaging behavior, we will help you to protect your property and your investment.

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