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Landlord-tenant lease disputes, other concerns

Anytime there is a landlord and tenant involved, there is always the chance for a dispute to arise. This doesn't always happen but being aware of potential issues is important. This holds true no matter if you are the owner of the property or the person renting it out.

New York is well known for having unusual laws related to rent stabilization and rent control. This alone can lead to a variety of issues between a landlord and tenant.

In addition to lease disputes, there are many other issues that can arise in relation to commercial and residential landlord-tenant law. These include but are not limited to:

-- Evictions

-- Nonpayment

-- Prohibited tenant behavior

-- Failure to comply with the terms and conditions of the lease

-- Illegal sublet

-- Building violations

-- Yellowstone injunctions

When it comes to lease disputes and other landlord-tenant problems, it is important to realize that an issue can stem from many parties. For example, there are businesses and individuals looking to resolve disputes with a landlord. At the same time, there are building owners who find themselves in an unenviable position.

In a perfect world, landlords and tenants would be able to get along by following the terms and conditions of the lease. Unfortunately, this isn't the way things work, especially in New York City.

Those who want to learn more about landlord-tenant lease disputes, as well as related concerns, can browse our website for detailed information, guidance and advice. Our webpage entitled "New York City Landlord Tenant Lawyers" is a solid starting point.

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