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Long Island Landlord Tenant Law

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Produced on September 29, 2014

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Course Information

Time 66 minutes
Difficulty Intermediate
Categories Real Estate

Course Description

This course is specifically designed to assist landlord tenant practitioners with understanding the nuances of Long Island summary eviction proceedings.   Several differences exist between New York City proceedings and those on Long Island.  Some are statutory in nature and some are practical.  Both are vital to preparation and execution. 


Join real property attorney John A. Weber IV, as he illuminates several important keys to help navigate Long Island courtrooms.  Some attention will also be given to the basic underlying landlord tenant principles as well.  


Learning Objectives:

I.   Understand summary eviction proceedings on Long Island

II.  Identify some important differences between Long Island and NYC landlord tenant cases 

III. Recognize the unique responsibilities of the attorney in a suburban landlord tenant matter


Credit Information

This course is pre-approved for CLE credit in the following states. If your state is not listed, contact support for more information on how to receive credit

Lawline reports attorney attendance in select states. View more about CLE reporting .


John Weber

Vaughn & Weber PPLC

John A. Weber IV is a partner at The Law Firm of Vaughn & Weber, PLLC in Mineola, New York. A major focus of this general practice firm revolves around Real Property issues such as Landlord Tenant and Foreclosure Defense. 


John has a Bachelor’s Degree from Hofstra University and Juris Doctorate from Touro Law Center. John is also a member of the Nassau County Bar Association’s Call-A-Mentor program as a Landlord Tenant mentor to provide support to less experienced landlord tenant attorneys. He also co-authored an Ebook entitled, “Things Every New York Landlord and Property Manager Should Know About Residential Evictions.” 


Joey J.

Very informative!!!

David C.

Informative presentation

Linda R.

Very knowledgeable, ethical and competent!

Walter F.

This speaker was terrific. Very prepared and organized.

Patrick C.

All the inside practical tips on a landlord tenant proceeding. Very good!

Walter Z.

Very informative.

Daniel M.

good info

Melissa K.

Great job.

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