How To Write a Rent Demand

In order for a written rent demand to be proper, it must contain specific information.  The written rent demand must set forth the following:      The written demand must state that the Tenant is required to pay the unpaid rent, or, alternatively return possession of the subject premises.      The demand must specify the period that rent

Naming Your Business

THE IMPORTANCE OF CONDUCTING RESEARCH BEFORE FORMING YOUR LEGAL ENTITY UNDER A SPECIFIC NAME         At the Siegel Law Firm, P.C., we help businesses with all issues ranging from formation to litigation. While forming a new business can provide a number of advantages to a business owner, including protection from individual liability, all too frequently,

DISPUTE RESOLUTION IN LANDLORD TENANT MATTERS

Common Landlord Tenant Disputes Ideally, all tenants would provide their full rental payment on-time, and reside in the premises in a respectful manner, with the Landlord providing all of the agreed-upon services and amenities, in a safe and inhabitable manner.  In reality, however, landlord and tenant disputes are common and can result in timely or

4 Tips for Landlords on Tenant Screening

If you are a landlord in New York, then you have likely had to deal tenant “headaches”—non-payment of rent by your tenants or tenants who breach the terms of the Lease. As a landlord-tenant attorneys covering New York City and Long Island, we see it every day in both the residential and commercial sectors. Yes,