Landlord - Tenant

If you are a Landlord with a landlord/tenant matter in Suffolk County, then you have come to the right place. 

Expert legal advice is crucial to winning your legal matter. Every landlord/tenant conflict is unique and having expert legal counsel understanding your specific set of circumstances, can be the difference between winning or losing.

It is very important to have an experienced and qualified attorney who not only understands New York State laws and special proceedings, but who has also represented and understands both sides of the issues.

Here is a sampling of the broad range of common landlord tenant conflict disputes that we can help you resolve:
* The eviction process - commercial and residential
* Notice of Termination - deadline provided before eviction
* Non-Payments - of rent or lease; setting up payment plans
* Holdovers - action filed when a tenant remains on the property after the rental or                lease expiration
* Post-foreclosure Holdovers - when a tenant remains in a home that has gone                        through foreclosure  proceedings
* Lease and Lease Negotiations
* Notice to Cure/Quit - allotted time to correct lease violation

Hiring an experienced attorney familiar with all the procedures pertaining to landlord tenant matters in your specific district court is necessary to insure that your case is handled to an effective conclusion.

All landlords should have written leases with their tenants. The lease affords protection to the landlord in the event of tenant default. Mottola Law Office PLLC will assist in drafting and negotiating the lease terms so that you are best protected.

Call Mottola Law Office PLLC at 631-581-1700 or contact us online to schedule an appointment.