Each party to a lease has contractually obligated duties to the other side. As a property owner, landlord, or management company, you are concerned that your residential and commercial tenants pay rent on time, and keep you notified of any defects or other concerns that arise. If they fail to meet the terms of the lease, it is likely that you will need to take action to evict the tenant from your property.
At Moss & Tapia Law, LLC, our lawyers help with a number of issues related to eviction proceedings. Our practice includes:
- Commercial non-payment proceedings
- Commercial holdover proceedings
- Residential non-payment proceedings
- Residential holdover proceedings
- HP proceedings
- Harassment proceedings
We also vigorously defend commercial tenants in court and can even work to secure an injunction to prevent a lease termination. Having had extensive experience on both sides, we are well-equipped to handle the myriad of issues in commercial landlord-tenant proceedings. It is essential that you have an experienced lawyer to assist with these cases.
For more information or to schedule your initial consultation, call 212-566-6780 or contact us online today.