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Issues associated with a condo lease

Many people who live in and around New York City are attracted to condo life. They enjoy the views, the amenities, and of course, the fact that they don't have to take care of much, if any, exterior maintenance.

It doesn't matter if you are a landlord or the person living in a condo, issues can arise from time to time.

With the right contract in place, most landlord-tenant issues can be avoided. Even so, you never know what could happen in the future.

Some of the most common issues associated with condos include:

-- Building violations

-- Issues associated with nonpayment

-- Illegal sublet

-- Lease disputes

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

-- Evictions

-- Prohibited tenant behavior

In some cases, the landlord and tenant are able to work out their differences. Both sides compromise to ensure that the issue is put to rest without any further damage. Unfortunately, this is not always the way things work out. There are times when one or both parties continue with their fight, feeling that they are 100 percent right.

Leasing a condo is something that many people enjoy. It is also something that allows landlords to generate solid income.

Our attorneys are familiar with all the landlord-tenant laws of New York City. If you have any questions or concerns, don't hesitate to reach out online or via phone. We are available to provide you with a high level of guidance, ensuring that you are able to put your problem to rest in the near future.

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