New York’s landlord/tenant laws are among the most complex and detailed in the nation. All landlords, both large and small, need expert legal guidance to help them operate in this complicated environment.
At Horing Welikson and Rosen, the attorneys are experienced in all facets of landlord/tenant law. The firm has practiced landlord/tenant law for nearly 3 decades, and has built up an excellent relationship with the local judiciary. Many of the firm’s clients have been represented by Horing Welikson and Rosen for over 20 years.
Horing Welikson and Rosen offers landlords a full range of legal services, including
- Non payment proceedings
- Holdover proceedings
- Administrative proceedings before the New York State Division of Housing and Community Renewal (DHCR)
- Article 78 proceedings (review of DHCR decisions)
- illegal lockouts/unlawful eviction claims
The firm has the resources and experience to handle virtually any legal matter arising out of the landlord/tenant relationship.
The firm’s attorneys not only know landlord/tenant law, they have helped make it. The firm has represented landlords in many precedent setting reported appellate cases dealing with the rights of landlords. The firm has a department that handles Department of Housing and Community Renewal (DHCR) matters, which is staffed by a former DHCR attorney. Attorneys with the firm have served on advisory committees for the Community Housing Improvement Program.
The firm’s attorneys serve on the advisory board of the Apartment Law Insider, an important resource for New York landlords. Attorneys from Horing Welikson and Rosen also are frequent lecturers on landlord/tenant topics before bar association groups, and before the Rent Stabilization Association, a leading trade association for New York landlords.
Horing Welikson and Rosen maintains an active real estate law practice. The firm’s focus is on conducting real estate closings. The firm is able to handle all aspects of a closing, including preparation of all legal documents.