Legal Resources for New York Landlords and Tenants

Avoiding Lease Violations: Best Practices for New York Landlords 

New York landlords face a variety of responsibilities when they enter into a lease. A crucial aspect of effective property management is ensuring that leases are understood and violations are minimized. It can be intimidating to navigate the complex landscape of landlord-tenant relationships and New York’s rental laws, but with the right knowledge and advice,

Avoid these actions when evicting a Tenant

Despite lease provisions, background checks, and other precautions landlords take to ensure quality tenants, you may find yourself needing to evict a tenant. The first thing you should know is that this is not as simple as it sounds. There are certain legal protections given to tenants. If you are thinking of evicting a tenant,

My Tenants have sublet my property without permission. What can I do?

In New York City, tenants have a right to sublet their property…..but they must receive permission from their landlord prior to doing so and provide very specific information to you about the new tenant. If they sublet without your permission, you have rights to protect yourself. Steps to take if a Tenant has sublet a

Get a legal checklist for Landlords

Legal checklist for first-time Landlords Becoming a landlord can be a lucrative business opportunity, but jumping in head first without thinking out the legal implications in advance can lead to wasted dollars and even cause your new venture to fail. The best way to set yourself up for success is to get your legal protections

Learn more about Landlord liability for Tenant actions

How much liability does a Landlord have for a Tenant’s actions? Look just about anywhere and you will find plenty of information on tenant’s rights, but what about the landlord? What rights does the landlord have, particularly when it comes to the actions of the tenants? More specifically, how much liability is the landlord exposed

Order to show cause to stay or stop an eviction

If you receive an Eviction Notice from a Marshal that requires you to leave your property, you may be able to stop the eviction, at least temporarily, by requesting an Order To Show Cause to stay or stop the eviction. An Order to Show Cause is an emergency application to the Court. It can be

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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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