Landlord/Tenant Law in NJ
New Jersey Landlord/Tenant Lawyers for Tenant Rights and Landlord Disputes
The Middlesex County landlord/tenant lawyers of Spevack Law Firm represent landlords and tenants in disputes arising out of residential and commercial leaseholds, as well as cooperative and condominium litigation.
NJ landlord/tenant law governs the relationship between a landlord and tenant, or renter, which can quickly become complicated. There are a number of potential obstacles each party may face when filing a dispute. Having knowledgeable landlord/tenant lawyers on your side can ensure you take all the necessary steps needed to protect your tenant rights or landlord rights.
Common NJ Landlord/Tenant Disputes
Our landlord/tenant lawyers have experience in cases involving:
- Non-payment of rent
- Holdover tenant
- Breach of lease matters for claims of alleged failure of the landlord to make necessary repairs
- Constructive eviction claim
- Illegal sublease
- Rent control
- Other landlord/tenant disputes in and around Iselin, New Brunswick and Woodbridge Township
Our law firm also handles NJ landlord/tenant law claims involving alleged misrepresentations in offering plans, faulty construction and statutory claims for alleged abuse by a sponsor.
New Jersey Attorney for Landlord/Tenant Advice on Tenant and Landlord Rights
When counseling our clients, a landlord/tenant attorney at our law firm will explore settlement options, counsel clients in risk avoidance and make assessments regarding the potential costs and benefits of proceeding with litigation for a wide range of landlord/tenant disputes.
Many clients are able to resolve their landlord/tenant law matters themselves after speaking with our experienced tenant attorneys or landlord lawyers. However, when legal representation is needed, our New Jersey trial lawyers will work with you to identify your best options and create an attorney fee agreement tailored to you.
If you wish to speak to one of our landlord/tenant lawyers serving tenants, renters and landlords in Middlesex County, then please call (732) 636-3030.