Posts Tagged ‘residential property lawyer’
Pets in the Apartment: How a Long Island Landlord Can Add a Pet Policy
For a Long Island residential landlord, pets are somewhat of a touchy subject. It is nearly impossible to make everyone in your building happy with a pet policy, including when that policy is a blanket ban on all pets. Restricting pets by weight or type has its own drawbacks, including issues with tenants that attempt…Read More
What Does It Cost to Hire a Long Island Residential Real Estate Lawyer?
When it comes to commercial property, buyers and sellers are nearly certain to hire a Long Island real estate lawyer to handle the transaction. Without a real property lawyer, parties to a commercial transaction risk significant financial and business consequences. Savvy commercial parties know that inaccurate documents, bad negotiations, lacking due diligence, and issues at…Read More