For residential and commercial properties, our experienced real estate attorneys represent landowners and tenants in various leasing transactions in New York. A real estate lawyer will help guide and protect you through many aspects of the leasing process to minimize the legal risk for your New York property.
Understanding Residential and Commercial Leasing in Nassau County, Suffolk County, and New York City, NY
Establishing a written lease agreement is crucial to preventing most landlord/tenant disputes in New York. Our real estate attorneys can help you create both residential and commercial lease agreements with clear instructions that allow each party to understand their respective duties and obligations. Our New York law firm can help you draft a customized New York leasing agreement that meets your needs, gets the most out of renting your property, and avoids any real estate disputes in the future.
Many US households are renter-occupied, and you need to be aware of potential risks and how to avoid them. Your lease or rental agreement must include accurate information regarding monthly rent, square footage, length of the lease, termination guidelines, grounds for eviction, and more. You want to specify your occupancy limit, like how many adults, children, or pets are allowed, and whether there are any additional deposits or fees. Your lease includes tenant names, landlord contact information, and details regarding how lease payments are made. Many of the things required in your lease are also required by state and local laws.
If property is rented for business purposes, the lease agreement must define how the property is being used and who is responsible for maintenance. There may be special clauses regarding early termination of the lease, including subletting or appointing a new tenant. Again, many aspects of your lease must follow government regulations.
We help you:
- Draft lease agreements
- Draft lease renewals
- Review lease agreements
- Amend and terminate agreements
- Avoid or resolve landlord/tenant disputes
- Negotiate contingency or special clauses
The Importance of Legal Representation for a New York Lease
Protecting your real estate investment with reputable legal guidance is critical, whether you’re a landlord or a real estate buyer in Nassau County, Suffolk County, or surrounding areas. Let our expert New York real estate attorneys represent your residential or commercial property legal needs.
Russo Law Group, P.C. helps you and your loved ones handle Estate Planning, Elder Law, Special Needs Planning, New York Medicaid Planning, Trust & Estate, Guardianship, Small Business Planning, and Real Estate law. We welcome you to contact our Garden City, Lido Beach, or Islandia, New York, law offices to learn more about how we can help address your real estate planning legal matters.
If you need assistance with real estate leases in Long Island and New York City communities, please don’t hesitate to contact the real estate attorneys with Russo Law Group, P.C. While we have several office locations, we can also visit your home and offer virtual meetings for convenience.