The Jersey City-New Jersey Landlord Law Firm that is well known in representing landlords in New Jersey is the Artusa Law Firm of Jersey City. The Artusa Law Firm represents landlords throughout New Jersey with their legal needs. Landlords with multiple units need a responsible and ready-to-go landlord-tenant attorney when issues arise on their property. Whether the property is residential or commercial, the Artusa Law Firm is skilled in landlord-tenant representation throughout New Jersey, representing major complexes, residential landlords, commercial landlords, and commercial tenants. If you have an issue with a tenant or tenants and need reliable landlord attorneys to represent you in Superior Court, contact us at (201) 228-9815.
A landlord-tenant relationship is a two-way street and from the start of this relationship, key terms and conditions need to be custom made for the lease especially if it is a commercial lease, we can help.
If you have a lease already, we can help you evict the commercial tenant for various reasons including but not limited to:
- Non-payment of rent
- Violation of the lease
- Damage to the property
- Hold-over tenancy
We can assist you right away whether you have a case in Hudson County, Essex County, Passaic County, Bergen County or elsewhere.
Tips for Landlords Involved in Disputes
- Hire an Attorney: If your property is important to you, you should work with a tireless advocate in New Jersey that can litigate and negotiate issues for you so that you can take back and salvage your asset and cash flow if a tenant is not abiding by the terms of your lease or is not conducting themselves in accordance with the lease.
- Document All Issues: It is critical for a landlord through his or her attorney to document the issues the landlord is having with the tenant so that there is a paper trail so you have evidence in Superior Court so that you can evict a tenant that is not in compliance.
- Send Warnings When Tenants Pay Late: One reason to evict someone that is not used as often as it should and again, should be documented and a warning should be sent is when a tenant is consistently late with rental payments. Documenting something like this will place the tenant(s) on notice that continuing to pay the rent late will not be tolerated and will lead to an eviction.