Jeff McAdams' Tenant Protection Tips
10-25-10

Don’t take Landlord Tenant legal advice
from real estate brokers or agents.

Real estate brokers and agents are sales professionals who want to close deals. Unless your agent or broker is an attorney who has specific experience in Landlord Tenant law, it’s not a good idea to base any legal decision involving an apartment matter on his or her opinion. Instead, find a competent Landlord Tenant lawyer who can properly advise you. Otherwise, if you sign a lease that you thought afforded you certain rights, on the broker’s or agent’s recommendation, you may later find out that is not the case and be in legal jeopardy.

Please Note: Every McAdams Law Tenant Protection Tip and article is for informational purposes only and cannot substitute for legal advice. Before taking action, consult an experienced New York Landlord Tenant attorney about your situation. Beware that being a party in a lawsuit in New York City’s Housing Court can subject you to blacklisting. Please see more details here.

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