Albany Landlord and Tenant Lawyer
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Landlord and Tenant Law Basics: Navigating the pitfalls of renting an apartment or home can be difficult. You may have questions about security deposits, rent payments, or evictions. The Clifton Park lawyer(s) at Ianniello, Anderson & Reilly P.C. answer your important questions, on video, about your rights as a renter in New York. For answers to your legal questions about Landlord and Tenant Law, click on a question below, or to contact Ianniello, Anderson & Reilly P.C. about Landlord and Tenant Law issues, use the form below or call (518) 595-4480.
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Law Firm InfoIanniello, Anderson & Reilly P.C.
805 Route 146
Clifton Park, New York 12065
About Our Firm
Ianniello, Anderson & Reilly, PC. has been an Albany and Capital District institution for more than 40 years with attorneys being among the largest providers of real estate settlement services in the Upstate New York region. With a commitment to service built on a foundation of trust, our lawyers provide counseling and legal services to individuals, business owners, lending institutions, realtors, private and commercial landlords in all areas relating to real estate and banking law, including sales and acquisitions, leasing, financing, loss mitigation, workout, land use and zoning, environmental, and syndication and securitization of commercial mortgages.
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The New York lawyer(s) at Ianniello, Anderson & Reilly P.C. offer their Landlord and Tenant Lawservices to residents of the New York cities of Albany, Colonie, Schenectady, Troy, Clifton Park, Guilderland, Bethlehem, Rotterdam, Saratoga Springs, Glenville, Queensbury, Niskayuna, Halfmoon, Amsterdam, Milton, East Greenbush, Cohoes, Gloversville, Glens Falls and Albany County, Clinton County, Columbia County, Essex County, Fulton County, Green County, Montgomery County, Rensselaer County, Saratoga County, Warren County, Washington County and Ulster County.