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How can you avoid a lease dispute with a landlord?

New York City is well known for its booming real estate market. In addition to the many residential and commercial properties for sale, there are just as many being rented to tenants.

As a tenant, there are things you should and should not be doing. Generally speaking, you can turn to the terms and conditions of your lease to learn more about your rights.

No matter how hard you try, there may come a time when you are involved in a lease dispute with a landlord. This is not something you want to go through, but it is something you should be prepared for just in case the time comes.

There are steps that tenants and landlords can take to help avoid a serious situation:

-- Always turn to the lease contract for information. This is a good practice for both parties.

-- If a problem arises, it is important to advise the other as soon as possible.

-- Make hard copies of all correspondence regarding the tenancy or property itself. This could come in handy in the future if the problem is not put to rest.

There is nothing more enjoyable than a solid relationship with your landlord. This holds true regardless of whether you are renting a place to live or conduct business. On the flipside, it can be difficult to deal with a landlord who doesn't have your best interests in mind. If you find yourself in this position, a lease dispute could come to the forefront soon enough. It is then that you will have to devise a plan for taking action.

Source: FindLaw, "Landlord Tenant Disputes FAQs" accessed Mar. 17, 2015

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