Common reasons for a landlord tenant dispute

In an area like New York City, there are millions of people acting as landlords and tenants. While most people are able to get along with one another, there are times when a relationship takes a turn for the worse.

In addition to common landlord tenant disputes, New York City is home to a variety of unique laws related to rent stabilization and rent control. This can make an agreement much more difficult to understand.

Some of the most common reasons for a landlord tenant dispute include:

-- Building violations

-- Issues of nonpayment

-- Failure to live up to the terms of the lease agreement

-- Illegal sublet

-- Evictions

-- Prohibited tenant behavior

It doesn't matter what side of the fence you are on - a landlord or a tenant - you have to understand your rights. And of course, you should also be willing to look at the situation from the other person's perspective. This is often the best way to clear up a dispute before it goes too far.

If you have any questions or concerns, if you are unable to resolve a problem out of court, it may be time to contact our law firm. We understand the laws associated with lease agreements in New York City.

In addition to reading our website and blog, we are always available to provide you with personal advice and guidance. You can get started by contacting us online or via phone. This is often the first step in helping you better understand how to deal with your landlord tenant dispute.