Commercial Tenants Must Act Quickly In Breach Of Lease Cases
As a business owner, one of your primary concerns is staying in your space. You do not want to risk eviction as this can cause a significant interruption in your business operations. Maintaining your lease is critical.
But what happens when your landlord accuses you of breaching the lease? Commercial tenants must act quickly if they are accused of a breach. Your landlord may move forward by serving you with a notice to cure.
Regardless of whether the allegations against you are true, you need a lawyer on your side. At Himmelstein, McConnell, Gribben, Donoghue & Joseph LLP, we protect the interests of commercial tenants in breach of lease cases. You can rely on our experience and extensive knowledge of the law.
Some common reasons for allegations of breach of lease include:
- Nonpayment of rent
- Unauthorized use of the space
- Damage to the space
- Not adhering to the certificate of occupancy
Our lawyers practice at every level in every New York court. We also have considerable experience bringing cases before New York City courts and administrative agencies.