Landlord-Tenant Pet Law

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A Landlord’s or coop board’s threat of evicting you based on baseless complaints about your dog or cat can be traumatic. When you first receive a letter or court document from your landlord or coop board, it is advisable to call an attorney immediately. Peggy Collen always attempts to negotiate with the landlord in order to amicably resolve the conflict before a case is commenced in court. Her goal is to keep her clients out of court.

Peggy Collen is an aggressive litigator. Litigation can be stressful. Ms. Collen is always available to answer your questions throughout the litigation process.

 Landlord-Tenant & Co-op Board Animal Disputes include:

  • Discrimination in Housing
  • No Pet Clause in Lease
  • Dangerous Dogs
  • Emotional Support Animals

Call Ms. Collen for a consultation.