Don’t let your landlord get the upper hand…

When you get into legal difficulties with a NYC landlord, it can sometimes drag on for months before there’s a final resolution. As events progress, give yourself the benefit of powerful knowledge about guarding your rights, with New York Landlord Tenant attorney Jeff McAdams’ Tenant Protection Tips.

Tenant Protection Tips is delivered FREE to your inbox every week. With each release, you get a fast-reading, one-paragraph explanation of a particular legal right you have as a tenant. Discover rights you may not even know you have, which may be relevant to your particular situation.

The current publishing schedule is one tip per week, sent out on Mondays. Every other Thursday you’ll receive a special in-depth article on an important tenant issue you should know about. These are the topics Jeff covers for you:

  • Rent Strikes
  • Unscrupulous Landlord Tricks
  • Bad Conditions
  • Eviction
  • Lease Renewals
  • Rent Increases
  • Unregulated Leases
  • Landlord Tenant Litigation
  • Running a Business From Your Apartment
  • New York City Tenant Obligations
  • Lease Provisions
  • Subletting
  • Roommates
  • Renting In a Co-Op or Condo Building
  • Lease Termination
  • Problem Neighbors
  • Succession Rights
  • Pets
  • Apartment Security
  • Senior Citizens
  • Discrimination
  • Foreclosure

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