Commercial Landlord-Tenant Law

Experienced Non-Payment and Holdover Proceedings Attorneys for Commercial Landlord-Tenant Law

Law Offices of Justin C. Brasch, Services, Commercial Landlord law

The Law Offices of Justin C. Brasch provide a full range of services to help landlords effectively navigate New York’s complicated landlordtenant laws. Our office has a long history of representing commercial landlords to protect and enforce their rights with the experience to create aggressive strategic plans that achieve the successful recovery of substantial sums or possession in Non-Payment and Holdover proceedings.

Justin C. Brasch will help you determine whether you are entitled to: raise rents, halt undesirable or prohibited tenant behaviors, prohibit unauthorized subletting and assignments, recover units from tenants failing to comply with lease agreements, compel rent payment, sue tenants for lease breaches and building code or other violations.

From commencing actions with Rent Demands, Notices to Cure or Notices of Default, Notices to Quit, Notices of Termination and bringing Nonpayment and Holdover Petitions (lawsuits), we provide the highest standard of legal services. Clients include commercial landlords, real estate management companies, cooperative corporations, condominium associations and not-for-profit entities in New York City and other areas of the State. 

If you are a landlord in New York and need legal advice, you can rely on our office to provide accurate legal direction to resolve your matter in an efficient and affordable manner. Mr. Brasch strives to prevent litigation. However, when it is unavoidable, his office aggressively pursues it to meet clients’ goals.

Mr. Brasch has handled commercial landlord-tenant law matters for over 20 years. The law firm has an excellent track record when it comes time to hire us for commercial landlord-tenant law. Our experience in the field makes sure that you’re receiving top quality legal services, so don’t hesitate to reach out today

As a commercial landlord, please remember that landlords may not force commercial tenants to vacate rented premises by themselves. A lawsuit must be brought.

The Law Offices of Justin C. Brasch represents landlords, tenants, and real estate management companies across the entire New York City Metropolitan Area. Contact his law offices now, or call him to arrange for an initial consultation – 212-267-2500.


Justin negotiated a lease for our firm’s new offices and he did a great job. He came up with creative and helpful ideas. He was very accessible as well. He is always available to answer questions and to be helpful. I highly recommend Justin’s services as an attorney.

by Chaim Book, Partner, Head of Employment Law Group at Moskowitz & Book, LLP

When my roommate refused to pay rent and leave my apartment I hired Justin Brasch. He brought a lawsuit, evicted the tenant and I got paid. Justin handled the case in an efficient and affordable manner.

by Andy C.

My landlord tried to evict me from my Rent Stabilized apartment by falsely alleging that it was not my primary residence. I hired Justin Brasch and he defended my rights. Justin handled the case in an efficient and affordable manner and it was dismissed.

by Andy C.

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