December 15, 2018

Leases


Most landlord-tenant relationships are governed by written leases. The law firm of Cohen Hurkin has drafted and reviewed countless residential and commercial leases. Disputes often arise as to the interpretation of lease clauses and whether or not a tenant has violated a substantial obligation of tenancy. Such violations can include non-payment of rent (See Residential and Commercial Non-Payment Actions) or other violations including illegal subletting, harboring pets, possessing washing machines, etc. (See Holdover Proceedings). Please contact us to schedule an appointment to discuss your potential case.
 
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