New York City tenants have both legal rights and obligations. For example, they have to make regular rent payments and abide by the terms of their lease. They also have various rights regarding the habitability of the premises and what they may do with the premises. One right that tenants may have is the right to sublease the property, as this blog reported in a previous post.
Despite the potential availability of a subleasing option, however, the process of subleasing does not always go smoothly. Quite often, a tenant may find him or herself embroiled in a landlord-tenant dispute over a subleasing arrangement. When the parties have differing understandings of subleasing options and responsibilities, a legal dispute may arise. In such a situation, a person can benefit from legal counsel experienced in landlord/tenant law.
Attorney Seth Rosenfeld practices extensively in the field of landlord/tenant law. He represents both landlords and tenants in Queens and throughout the city. He will address each client’s unique situation and propose potential options and courses of resolution. Mr. Rosenfeld recognizes that time is often of the essence in matters of real estate law, and he will work to determine a quick solution to a client’s legal issue. If litigation is appropriate, Mr. Rosenfeld will pursue this course of action on his client’s behalf, and his years of experience in the courtroom help ensure that clients receive top-notch representation during trial. Fortunately, sometimes Mr. Rosenfeld can also resolve landlord-tenant disputes without pursuing litigation.
Additional information about the services Mr. Rosenfeld can provide landlords and tenants embroiled in a landlord-tenant dispute is available at our firm’s website.