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Landlord Tenant Issues

New York Attorney: Residential Landlord/Tenant Litigation
New York City landlord/tenant law grows more complex each year. With each new case and judicial opinion, it only becomes more important to work with an experienced attorney who knows the New York State court system. We have experience representing landlords, tenants, co-op’s, and shareholders in co-op disputes in residential landlord/tenant litigation. Our comprehensive knowledge of all aspects of New York landlord/tenant law, including nuisance, code enforcement procedures, and eviction processes in New York, can help you resolve whatever difficult lease situation you might be facing. 

You will know that with the growing complexity of the law you can be assured that you have the legal representation you need to protect your rights.
Experienced Lawyer for a Broad Range of Your Litigation Needs

Well-respected New York attorney Sandra M. Prowley has successfully represented residential real estate clients in court on a variety of landlord/tenant issues for many years:

  • Holdovers and Nonpayment Proceedings
  • Rent Overcharge Proceedings
  • Damage to Property Disputes
  • Summary Proceedings
  • Contract Actions Between Former Tenants or Landlords
  • Wrongful Evictions
  • Yellowstone Injunction Actions
  • Injunctive and Declaratory Judgment Actions
  • DHCR Proceedings
  • Rent Strikes and Appeals
  • Rent in Arrears Collection Actions
  • Tenant Evictions
  • Orders to Show Cause
  • Emergency Relief
  • Illusory Prime Tenancy
  • Illegal Profiteering
  • Judgment Vacatur
  • Bankruptcy
  • Retaliatory Evictions
  • Self Help Evictions
  • Breach of Warranty of Habitability
  • Landlord Liability
  • Tenant Privacy Rights
  • Fair Market Rent Appeals
  • 7A and HP Proceedings
  • Appeals 

Sandra M. prowley,'s sophisticated understanding of New York real property law and creative litigation skills have resulted in highly favorable results for hundreds of landlords and tenants at every level of the New York State court system, including the Appellate Division. One of her settlement in favor of residential tenant, holdover was for $100,000.00.

Address: 1037 East 213th Street

Bronx, New York, 10469​

Wednesday, December 14, 2016 5:00 PM