The Beltas Law Firm
|Posted on December 3, 2019 at 5:55 PM||comments (756)|
After being served an eviction notice, I researched all attorneys that would be able to represent my family and I. We thankfully found Brandy Beltas, this was the best choice my family and I could have made. Brandy Beltas is a knowledgeable, strategic, and powerful attorney. I was represented better than I could have imagined. She listened to my case carefully and with her expertise helped me to win. I highly recommend Brandy.
(Cy - 08/03/2019 - Manhattan, NY)
|Posted on December 3, 2019 at 5:55 PM||comments (145)|
The representation i have received from the beltas's office law firm is very very good. They responded on time with a very friendly and professional manner. I'm very satisfied and i gladly recommend everyone to check them out if you're thinking about filling for bankruptcy.
(Reginald - 10/28/2019 - Queens, New York)
|Posted on December 3, 2019 at 5:55 PM||comments (140)|
I had a great consultation with Brandy Beltas, and felt heard, supported, and informed. She was professional, thorough, and friendly. Also, the paralegal I spoke with was wonderful. All of this is especially appreciated during a very stressful time. Highly recommend!
(Kelly - 10/30/2019 - Brooklyn, New York)
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Typically a landlord needs to provide a tenant a notice to cure - a warning - whenever a tenant violates a covenant in a lease before the landlord can begin a eviction proceeding in NYC. However, there is new case law that a landlord does not have to provide one to a tenant who rents an apartment short-term (i.e. AirBNB).
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