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When tenant holdovers, in other words refuses to leave after their monthly tenancy expires, or violates other lease provisions, landlords can take corrective actions up to and including an eviction. This is effectuated pursuant to a New York City housing court order known as a judgment of possession and insurance of a warrant of eviction. The Summary Eviction Holdover process generally involves serving your tenant a termination notice followed by summoning your tenant to court with notice of petition and petition with an assigned court date and time, appearing in court, getting a court order issuing a judgment of possession, retaining a city marshal to obtain an issuance of a warrant and to serve a notice of eviction. But landlord tenant law, like so many other areas of law, demands a meticulous attention to detail to ensure there are no procedural missteps. For more than eight years, Gordon Legal’s experienced Queens Evictions Lawyer has provided counseling and representation to rental housing provides throughout every phase of the New York housing court summary proceeding process. This includes drafting and preparing all the legal paper work for service of process such as 3-day and 5-day rent demands, 10-day notices to cure, 30-day termination notices, as well as drafting notices of petitions and petitions, ensuring proper service to tenants, occupants, licenses and squatters, negotiating stipulations of settlement, requesting hearings and trials without delay, obtaining judgements, obtaining issuance of warrants, arguing in opposition to orders to show cause to delay and stay evictions and finally retaining City Marshals on behalf of landlords to serve a notices of eviction, schedule eviction dates and ultimately conduct evictions. When it comes to summary eviction proceedings, not all attorneys are created equal. As one of New York City’s foremost authorities on landlord-tenant disputes, Gordon Legal has been inserted into hundreds of housing court actions. We can ensure that all the highly technical documentation is prepared correctly, unforgiving deadlines are met, and that you get the best advocacy in court. Small Property Landlords and Homeowner Rental property owners face the headwinds of tenant protections – while it seems that there are many measures to protect tenants from bad landlords, there is considerably less effort protecting good landlords from bad tenants. That is the domain of Gordon Legal, P.C. Zealous representation and clear, responsive communication with clients is the foundation of our success. By offering exceptional work, along with personal attention, we provide clients with comprehensive, cost-effective, practical solutions to nonpayment and holdover eviction proceedings. Our primary objective is to empower our clients to enforce legal rights to their apartments, homes and properties by providing the tools needed to both prevent and resolve landlord tenant disputes. We admonish small property landlords and homeowners to commence the summary eviction proceeding process at the first indication of a lease dispute. Too often, rental housing providers get infected with the insidious disease of wishful thinking and hoping that a problem will resolve itself on its own, when in fact disputes rarely work themselves out so simply. In a perfect world, every tenant you’ll ever have will pay rent on time, take diligent care of your property and not engage in illegal activities. In a perfect world, you will never have to evict your tenant. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Please do not wait until the situation worsens and risk damage to your property, enlarging nuisances, losing months of rent, and all manner of other consequences to your home rental business – take proactive action with Gordon Legal.