A New York City tenant involved in a dispute with his or her landlord can feel overwhelmed and unsure of where to turn. A tenant, whether residential or commercial, relies on his or her rental property for basic housing needs or to run a business. When a tenant feels as though his or her tenancy is threatened, it can be a daunting situation.
Knowing where to turn in the face of a landlord-tenant dispute is one of the initial hurdles many tenants must confront. Fortunately, there are many potential routes to resolution when a dispute arises, whether regarding a rental agreement, issues of habitability or other matter. Sometimes landlords and tenants may resolve outstanding issues in New York City’s Housing Court, as this blog reported in a previous post. Other times, effective negotiation between the parties may resolve a dispute quickly and seamlessly.
However a tenant opts to pursue resolution in the face of a landlord-tenant dispute, he or she can benefit from the effective legal counsel of Seth Rosenfeld. Mr. Rosenfeld has successfully represented both landlords and tenants for over a decade. From issues of illegal subleasing to lease negotiation, Mr. Rosenfeld will ensure that his clients’ needs are thoroughly represented. He recognizes that finding a solution to a landlord-tenant dispute is a time-sensitive matter, and he will work to resolve outstanding disputes quickly and efficiently.
Additional information about Mr. Rosenfeld’s services and how he can assist both landlords and tenants in New York City’s often tumultuous real estate market is available at the following webpage. Mr. Rosenfeld offers free initial consultations.