Commercial Landlord/Tenant Disputes

New York Commercial Landlord-Tenant Dispute Attorney

A commercial landlord-tenant dispute can become a complicated, lengthy, and expensive legal matter. Working with an experienced attorney who has a strong command of these issues is advisable.

The Price Law Firm represents clients in New York City (Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx) and on Long Island (Nassau and Suffolk) in commercial landlord-tenant disputes. To learn about our approach to resolving real estate disputes, please contact a New York commercial landlord-tenant dispute lawyer today. Call (212) 675-1125 for a free consultation.

Resolving Landlord-Tenant Disputes

Our law firm represents clients in a variety of landlord-tenant disputes:

Our attorneys have significant experience litigating contracts between landlords and tenants. We are thoroughly familiar with various lease provisions, the legal rights and obligations of both landlords and tenants, and various ways to approach these cases. We will work to identify the most cost-effective way to resolve your dispute, whether that involves negotiating a settlement or aggressively advocating on your behalf in court.

If you are a landlord or tenant in New York who is involved in a real estate dispute, discuss your legal options with an experienced attorney. Contact us today by calling (212) 675-1125.

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