Dedicated advocacy in commercial landlord-tenant matters

On Behalf of | Sep 23, 2016 | Landlord/Tenant Matters, New York City Real Estate Law Blog

Once the terms of a commercial lease have been finalized after hours of careful negotiation and the necessary signatures are appended to the document, both property owners and tenants often breathe a sigh of relief, confident that the matter is effectively resolved and eager to turn their attention to other pressing matters.   

While this feeling of confidence on the part of commercial landlords and tenants that the terms of the lease will be honored and no issues will develop in the foreseeable future is admirable, the reality is that legal disputes arise with far more frequency than either side might imagine — especially in a competitive market like New York City.

Indeed, while these disputes frequently revolve around such issues as nonpayment of rent, repairs, renovations, maintenance or property damage, they can also involve highly arcane legal issues that are often less than clear to even the most sophisticated commercial landlords and tenants.

At Nadel & Ciarlo, we have over 25 years of experience in the complex area of commercial landlord-tenant law, skillfully handling thousands of cases for both commercial landlords and business tenants throughout NYC in every conceivable forum from the negotiating table to the courtroom.

This comprehensive experience affords our attorneys the ability to keep parties focused on the core issues, recognize potentially negotiable points and understand when the preservation of good working relations is paramount.

Our firm is fully prepared to protect the rights and best interests of our clients in any of the following legal matters:

  • Lease disputes
  • Lease modifications
  • Nonpayment of rent
  • Property damage
  • Evictions
  • Nuisance issues
  • Early termination/surrender
  • Yellowstone injunctions

To learn more about our firm, who we represent and the other ways in which we may be of assistance in commercial landlord-tenant matters, please visit our website.