Legal Resources for New York Landlords and Tenants

Notice of Termination or Cancellation

When a landlord wishes to discontinue a tenancy, they can serve the tenant with a Notice of Termination  or Cancellation. This may occur in any of these circumstances: The lease is ending and the landlord does not wish to renew. The tenancy is month-to-month and the landlord wants to terminate the tenancy and evict

Notice of Petition and Petition

A Notice of Petition and Petition is a lawsuit that is filed for the purpose of evicting you and/or to have you pay rent that is owed to your landlord. It must be answered or you can be evicted. If a landlord has issued a Notice to Cure, Rent Demand (sometimes called a Three Day

Notice to Cure

A 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

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Justin Brasch
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 …

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