Most landlords will eventually be confronted with the eviction process when they have to evict a tenant, either for non-payment of rent or for other violations of the lease agreement. When dealing with an eviction, there are some important steps a landlord should remember.
Eviction Lawyer Serving Nassau County & Suffolk County, New York
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James D. Murtha, Esq.
Finding the right eviction lawyer to assist you with your legal needs is always a challenge. The attorneys at the Murtha Law Firm have over two decades of experience serving clients with landlord-tenant matters, consumer law issues, and other civil lawsuits. Our practice serves all of Nassau County and Suffolk County, New York. We are proud of our knowledge and experience in serving clients in Nassau and Suffolk Counties, and we are confident that we can help you. We invite you to call or email us about your legal issue, right now, and speak with us for free.The Eviction Process Article 78 Proceedings
REAL ESTATE ARTICLE 78 PROCEEDINGS
What is Article 78? Article 78 is the article of the Civil Practice Law and Rules (CPLR), which establishes the procedure for challenging the determinations of administrative agencies, public bodies or officers. These include every court, tribunal, board, corporation, officer, or other person, or aggregation of persons (CPLR 7802 [a]).
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Some Of Our Case Outcomes
* Prior results do not guarantee future outcomes.
Residential Eviction in the Second District Court of Suffolk County, Lindenhurst
We negotiated a settlement where the tenant agreed to pay $1,500 immediately for back rent owed, and move out within 15 days.
– Results in 19 days
Residential Eviction in the District Court of Nassau County, Hempstead
We negotiated a settlement with the tenant where he agreed to pay $1,200 immediately towards back rent owed, and promised never to be late with the rent again. The landlord agreed to allow him to remain as a tenant.
– Results in 18 days
Sixth District Court of Suffolk County, Patchogue
Went to trial; landlord was awarded $6,600 money judgment for back rent and a warrant of eviction to physically remove the tenant from the premises.
– Results in 18 days
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