Landlord Tenant Law

The Law office of Andrew J Gilbride offers courteous and professional representation to both Landlords and Tenants. We are well versed in the local rules, procedures and the various local Courts. We are aggressive advocates for our clients all the while remembering the underlying financial realities of these matters.

TENANTS
  • Do you have a valid lease?
  • Can you break your lease?
  • Your apartment/house is in disrepair and you want to refuse to pay rent?
  • If you lost your job and you can’t pay rent, now what?
  • If you want to sublet the apartment, can you?
  • Do you have any recourse if your Landlord is invading your space/privacy?
  • What can I do as my Landlord has evicted me for no good reason?
  • What can I do about my crazy neighbors?
  • How much can my Landlord increase my rent?
  • What can I do if my Landlord refuses to return my security?

These and hundreds of more questions come up each and every day in landlord tenant disputes. The Law offices of ANDREW J GILBRIDE, ESQ. will help you navigate the confusing world of Landlord Tenant Court and Southampton Justice Court.

Please contact our office and we can advise you as to your rights

LANDLORD
  • My tenant has stopped paying rent, can I evict them?
  • How long do I wait before I can file for an eviction?
  • What Court do I file for an eviction?
  • I don’t have a lease, can I just tell my tenants to get out?
  • What can I do if one tenant is driving out my other tenants?
  • What can I do if the damage in the apartment exceeded the security deposit?
  • What can I do if the tenant is subletting rooms without my permission?
  • What can I do if the tenants are violating building codes?
  • How do I get my back rent back if I evict the tenant?
  • What needs to be in a lease to protect my interests?
  • What can I do if I want to sell the property but my tenants have a valid lease?

Landlord’s before entering into a valid eviction process must understand the true nature of the tenancy of the renter. If the durational term of a valid lease has expired but the tenant has remained in occupancy with the permission of the Landlord, he is often times referred to as a “Holdover” tenant. The procedures needed to evict this tenant for non- payment of rent differ greatly to the eviction process of a party who lease has not expired.

These and hundreds of more questions come up each and every day in landlord tenant disputes. The Law offices of ANDREW J GILBRIDE, ESQ. will help you navigate the confusing world of Landlord Tenant Court and Southampton Justice Court.

Please contact our office and we can advise you as to your rights