Posts Tagged ‘NY real estate lawyer’
The Right Way to Handle a Commercial Tenant Eviction
Commercial landlords understandably struggle with the process of tenant eviction. Often, simply mentioning a lapse in rental payment or other contractual obligation feels confrontational. Evicting a commercial tenant can be even more difficult and unpleasant. It is not uncommon for landlords to receive pushback, frustration, and even anger from commercial tenants that face eviction. However,…Read More
How Do NY’s Short-Term Rental Laws Affect Your Summer Airbnb?
Summer brings a significant number of tourists to New York City and its boroughs. More visitors are finding their way to areas such as Brooklyn, Long Island, Williamsburg, Rutherford, and Yonkers thanks to the popular rental website Airbnb. However, this is the first summer New Yorkers are renting their real estate under the state’s ban…Read More
Coming to the Table: Will Electronic Signatures Actually Change Real Estate Closings?
It will be 17 years this June since Congress passed the Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act, otherwise known as The E-Sign Act. Signed into law on June 30, 2000 this federal law provided the same authority and effectiveness to electronic signatures, as given to signatures made by putting pen to paper. New…Read More
The 5 Biggest Mistakes Made in Contracts to Sell Commercial Real Estate
Drafting a contract for the sale of commercial real estate is a detailed task. It involves careful consideration of the entire transaction and a lot of knowledge about the parties and property. Often, when buyer and seller or real estate agents try to draft these contracts, it results in mistakes. As a NY commercial real…Read More