As a skilled Buffalo Landlord Tenant Attorney, I often receive questions from clients regarding landlord tenant issues, and whether they have recourse if their living environment becomes uninhabitable.
- There is Recourse for Tenants living under these circumstances.
- You should speak with your Landlord about your concerns, and ensure that your requests are put in writing.
- You can contact the Health Department to have the property inspected properly.
- You may also go to court to force or break your Lease.
This educational video was provided by Randy H. Gugino, an experienced Buffalo Landlord Tenant Attorney. If you have questions about landlord tenant disputes and would like to understand your rights, we would be happy to help. Please contact our office at (716) 833-8455 for a free initial consultation. Let our 30+ years of experience work for you.