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If you are involved in a commercial landlord-tenant dispute, it is wise to have an experienced attorney to depend on. No matter which side of the argument you are on, a lawyer can ensure that your best interests are represented and that no one is running into any issues with the law or local regulations. So do not move ahead with any negotiations or arguments until you consult with our Long Island, NY commercial landlord-tenant dispute lawyers.

What Are Some Common Commercial Landlord-Tenant Disputes?

We have experience handling many different types of landlord-tenant disputes. That includes conflicts involving:

  • Unpaid rent
  • Lease negotiation
  • The option to renew a lease
  • Repairs and maintenance
  • Damage to the property
  • Evictions
  • Lease violations
  • Modification to the property
  • Improper use of the premises
  • Issues between multiple tenants

If there is a problem that can be solved, our seasoned commercial attorneys can help you settle things.

Is a Lawyer Required in a Commercial Landlord-Tenant Dispute?

We would not recommend trying to represent yourself or your business in these types of situations. In fact, New York State courts might not even allow you to appear in court without an attorney when you are attempting to handle a commercial landlord-tenant dispute.

This is in your best interest. The risks of relying solely on your own knowledge can be too high here. If you want to protect your business and your assets, you need to have a lawyer who has experience dealing with these types of matters.

How Can a Commercial Landlord-Tenant Dispute Lawyer Help?

The attorneys at our law firm will do their best to help you settle just about any commercial landlord-tenant dispute. We can:

Translate contracts and claims: Many commercial disputes involve contracts and claims that use plenty of legal terminology. We can translate for you and make everything easier to understand.

Handle any counterclaims that arise: If you file a claim, your landlord or tenant might file a counterclaim. For example, a landlord starts a dispute over unpaid rent, so a tenant counters with a claim about unfulfilled maintenance or repair duties. Your attorney can handle anything else thrown at you during this process.

Use knowledge of local laws and regulations: Whether you are a property owner or a business owner, you probably do not know everything there is to know about zoning laws and building regulations. Our attorneys have that knowledge, and we can use it to help you settle your dispute.

Help you avoid disruption to your business: Your attorney can find the best way to handle any disputes while keeping your business operating. A big disruption to your business can cost you money and hurt your reputation. We can help you avoid such issues.

Contact Our Law Firm Today

If you want to settle a dispute the right way, you need an attorney that you can depend on. Reach out to David A. Gallo & Associates LLP today. We can schedule a consultation and tell you more about how our firm can assist you.