Representation In Commercial Holdover Matters
Representing clients in commercial nonpayment and lease breach disputes is a long-standing practice area of Borah Goldstein. Several of our senior partners practice in this area and appear in the commercial parts of the Civil Court in New York, Kings, Queens and Bronx counties. Our lawyers create strategic plans for aggressive, timely action in order to yield the successful recovery of substantial monies and/or sums or possession in the nonpayment area and recovery of possession in the holdover area. Attorneys in this division have extensive experience in the following areas:
- Lease interpretation to best protect the client’s interests
- Knowledge of escalation clauses and other items of additional rents found in commercial leases
- Court-room savvy and the ability to settle when necessary
- Prosecution of all types of holdovers, including (i) illegal alterations (ii) lease breaches (iii) building code and other violations (iv) illegal use (v) violations of the certificate of occupancy (vi) conditional limitations and (vii) illegal subletting and assignment.
Tenants who refuse to honor their lease obligations can place a significant strain upon your bottom line. We can help you review the terms of your lease, and discuss the specific options that allow you to best protect your interests.
Detailed Guidance For Your Case
Our lawyers have handled real estate matters for landlords, property owners and managers for more than three decades. To discuss your commercial holdover concerns, call our office at 212-431-1300 or send us an email to find a time that works for you.