Notice To Cure

Notice To CureA Notice To Cure is a document served by a landlord on a tenant, alleging lease violations that must be fixed within a certain amount of time in order to prevent eviction. The timeframe can vary from a few days to 30 days, or longer. If you, the tenant, do not “cure” the problem before the deadline on the notice, the landlord can terminate your lease and start an eviction proceeding.

A landlord might allege that a tenant is violating the lease in a number of ways:

  • By failing to have insurance.
  • By failing to meet fire or other city codes.
  • By subletting or assigning part or all of the space without permission.
  • By storing hazardous materials on-site.
  • By using a commercial building for residential use.
  • By creating a nuisance.


As commercial leases are complex, the list of reasons a landlord can send a Notice To Cure is almost endless. To preserve your legal rights and bar unfair legal action against you, contact an experienced commercial landlord-tenant immediately upon receiving a Notice To Cure. Call Brasch Law at 212-267-2500.

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    Justin C. Brasch is the founding partner of the Law Offices of Justin C. Brasch and has practiced Landlord/Tenant and Leasing law for over 20 years. His areas of practice include Business & Commercial Law, Contracts, Criminal Law, Landlord-Tenant, Leasing, New York City Building and Fire Code Violations, and Real Estate Law.Mr. Brasch has substantial experience and expertise litigating landlord-tenant and complex commercial and residential real estate disputes. Before establishing his firm in 1996, Justin Brasch was a litigation ...