Evictions and Summary Proceedings

Manhattan Eviction Proceedings Lawyer

New York City Commercial Real Estate Eviction Attorney

Eviction proceedings, or vacating a tenant before the lease is up, are usually a last-resort process for landlords. An eviction proceeding often results from a tenant's failure to pay the required rent, but there can be other grounds to evict someone.

Whether you are facing eviction proceedings or are trying to stop them, the law office of Michael Mantell is here to help you. Located in Manhattan, attorney Michael Mantell has over 40 years of experience handling commercial lease eviction and residential eviction proceedings from both the landlord and tenant perspective. To learn more about our commercial and residential eviction proceeding assistance services, contact us today to schedule a complimentary consultation.

Despite what people may think and may have heard, summary proceedings, or the process of evicting someone is, very technical and can be very difficult for landlords to accomplish. It takes an experienced lawyer on your side to make sure you comply with the law correctly and that you are fully prepared. It is also important to note that a landlord cannot collect rent from a tenant while pursuing an eviction proceeding against that tenant. If you are a landlord or a tenant, Michael Mantell can help you through the process making sure your rights are protected.

In a residential eviction action, where the granting of the summary judgment appears to be imminent, if you are the tenant, you need to contact attorney Mantell right away in order to file an order to show cause and stop or delay further action you have already been evicted, Mr. Mantell can help you be restored to possession. In certain cases, we can help you restore possession or help delay the process even if the tenant has no valid defenses.

It is important to note that the laws and judges are on the residential tenant's side, but the courts are particularly tough on commercial tenants. This stresses how important it is to have Michael Mantell on your side who is knowledgeable when it comes to every side of an eviction proceeding and is well-versed in landlord/tenant law.

Contact Michael Mantell, Attorney at Law, by calling (212) 750-3896 to schedule a confidential consultation about your business or commercial litigation needs. Dedicated to serving the needs of clients, Mr. Mantell uses over 40 years of legal experience to create effective solutions.