Landlord/Tenant Lawyer in Queens County
Resolving Disputes Between Landlords & Tenants
Renting out a residential space or leasing a business or investment property often seems like a simple transaction. In many cases, both landlord and tenant may get along swimmingly and never have a problem. However, this relationship can quickly go south when any type of dispute arises, especially in the case of a breach of the lease. At the Law Office of Frank Bruno, Jr., we work with landlords and tenants to both resolve current disputes and help to prevent future disputes.
Contact our Queens County real estate lawyer at (718) 215-9119 before you enter into a lease if you would like our experienced guidance.
Types of Landlord vs. Tenant Disputes
Often times, businesses and individuals simply sign what is given to them by their landlord without reading it. Regardless of the intention of the landlord, this means that they are not fully aware of the terms they are agreeing to. In some cases, they may do something to break their lease without even realizing it. Other times, a landlord or tenant can do something intentional, such as failing to make payments on time.
Our firm can handle all types of landlord vs. tenant disputes, such as:
- Foreclosure defense
- Neglected property
- Poorly maintained property
- Refusal to pay rent
We can also help you by reviewing your lease or helping draft addendums to your lease. Whatever the case may be, having a Queens County real estate law attorney review your documents or lease can help to cut down on potential problems in the future.
Protecting Your Rights As a Residential Tenant
One of the most common problems we are called for in the realm of landlord vs. tenant disputes is landlords taking advantage of tenants. Whether you are being asked to unfairly vacate, your rent is being raised astronomically, or your landlord is not fulfilling the terms of your lease, it's time to seek legal intervention.
Reach out to our Queens County landlord/tenant attorney at (718) 215-9119 for a free consultation.