Rent Control/Stabilization Succession

New York City Rent Control/Stabilization Succession Lawyer

For apartment dwellers living in New York City, life can be a struggle when controversies in respect of rent stabilized or rent control apartment.

Our New York rent stabilization and rent control attorneys have proven that they can help – with legal knowledge, courtroom skills, aggressive advocacy and client commitment.

Contact our skilled landlord-tenant attorneys: call (212) 675-1125 or email us for a free consultation.

Rent Stabilization Legal Matters

Factors affecting rent stabilization include:

  • Apartment deregulation
  • Rent increases
  • Rent overcharges
  • Non-primary residence proceedings, owner-use proceedings, illegal sublet proceedings, illegal alteration proceedings and nuisance proceedings
  • Civil litigation of landlord-tenant disputes

In all situations involving your rent-stabilized apartment, you should know your legal rights and available options – plus the strategies we can recommend. We encourage comfort, candor and confidentiality during our first meeting. We want to hear the details of your situation, so we can determine how we can help.

Contact our full-service NYC real estate law offices today.Resident and commercial tenants, landlords and property owners should call (212) 675-1125 for a free consultation.

The Price Law Firm serves clients in New York City (Manhattan, Brooklyn, the Bronx and Queens) and on Long Island (Nassau and Suffolk).

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