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Real Estate Law
We regularly represent purchasers and sellers of individual cooperative and condominium apartments, single and multi-family houses, multi-unit buildings, and mixed-use buildings in all price ranges, including representation in connection with loan and mortgage financing, refinancing, and closings.

We represent our clients in commercial real estate transactions including purchases, leasing, subleasing, and landlord-tenant matters.
  • Purchase of Condominium and Cooperative Apartments
  • Purchase and Sale of Commercial Real Property
  • Commercial and Residential Leases and Subleases (all aspects including, but not limited, to drafting, review, negotiation, modification, and termination)
  • Commercial and Residential Landlord-Tenant Representation and Litigation
  • Litigation Prevention
  • Real Estate Management Matters
  • Violations
  • 1031 Exchanges
  • Yellowstone Injunctions for Commercial Tenants
Representative matters:
Fred Howard v. Metropolitan Tower Condominium – Supreme Court of the State of New York, County of New York, Index number 13181/1991. Condominium election and improper solicitation of proxies. We successfully represented a member of the Condominium Board of Managers who was wrongfully removed by proxy votes at an annual election of a high profile condominium, and we were able to compel a new election.

Hrair Kazanjian v. Abdel R. Sati – Supreme Court of the State of New York, County of Kings, Commercial Division, Index number 30980/05. Contested litigation which resulted in judicial dissolution of corporation owning real estate.

Morgan v. Ehrman, 254 A.D.2d 105 (N.Y. App. Div. 1st Dep’t 1998) – Liquidated damages in real estate contracts. The court held that the seller was entitled to retain deposit on real estate contract as liquidated damages. Seller’s “time of the essence” notice proper in all respects, consequently the deposit was forfeited.
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