The Help You Need For Landlord Evictions
New York law gives landlords the right to evict tenants when there is a breach of rental agreement. However, asserting your property rights when going through the eviction process is not always as easy as it seems. It is in your benefit to contact an experienced attorney who understands landlord-tenant law.
Our founding attorney of Cimasi Law Office, Michael Cimasi, has the necessary skill to protect your rights as a landlord and guide you through evictions. We provide you with personalized and responsive service. Our goal is to get you through the eviction process as efficiently and smoothly as possible, so you can concentrate on business as usual again.
The Process Of A Legal Eviction Is Critical To Follow
There are a variety of reasons to evict a tenant. They may not pay rent, or they may have committed a crime. However, you cannot force them out, regardless of their breach of contract. You signed the contract with them as well, and you must abide by it even if they do not.
The law requires landlords to follow a specific process to legally evict a tenant from their property. It is important to follow this process to protect your own personal and property rights. The legal process of eviction involves:
- Providing cause for removal
- Collecting proof of the tenant’s breach of contract
- Sending the notice to cure, which provides the tenant time to remedy the situation
- Sending the notice of termination if the tenant has not fixed the problem
We will guide you through every step of the eviction process. If you still run into issues with this tenant after the notice of termination, there is no need to worry. We are prepared to defend your rights in court if necessary.