Sunday, June 16, 2019


Spiwak & Iezza, LLP represents landlords and owners-after-foreclosure of both commercial and residential properties. We can assist you in all aspects of your relationship with new and existing tenants. We can also help you evict unwanted tenants and occupants. Our firm understands that you want to remain in control of your property and that you want to manage your relationships with tenants to avoid unnecessary expenses. We also understand that when the tenant relationship is over, you need to regain possession of your property as soon as possible so it can continue to generate income.

  • Representation of Commercial and Residential Landlords
  • Representation of Owners after Foreclosure
  • Unlawful Detainer (Eviction)
  • Eviction after Foreclosure
  • Lease Negotiation
  • Lease Drafting
  • Rental Payment Issues
  • Late Rent, Unpaid Rent
  • Violations of Lease Agreements
  • Personal Injury Claims
  • Premises Liability
  • Retaliatory Eviction Matters
  • Housing Discrimination Claims

News & Publications

FICO score can make big difference

Without a line of credit to draw from, a small business owner must rely on personal finances to get the business through the tough times. This is where the importance of your FICO score comes in.   Read more . . .

How to Avoid Liability for a Tenant's Illegal Activities

A new trend is occurring whereby landlords are being held liable for the illegal activities of their tenants.   Read more . . .

Combined Eviction Notices Can Cause Problems

Recent trial court decisions have brought into question the validity of certain eviction notices which "combine" the different types of required notices (e.g. 3-day and 90-day notices).   Read more . . .

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