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When Should a Landlord Hire a Lawyer?

November 14, 2017 By Adam Leitman Bailey When 8.5 million people are living vertically in a city that’s only 22.7 square miles large, landlord–tenant battles and tenant versus tenant wars are a daily occurrence. All landlords should hire a lawyer when a tenant fails to pay rent, properly take care of the property, when any other  Full Article…

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How to Navigate HPDʼs Alternative Enforcement Program

November 1, 2017 By Massimo F. D’Angelo The New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (“HPD”), touts its Alternative Enforcement Program (“AEP”), which was established in 2007, as one of the City’s “most effective enforcement tools for addressing distressed properties.” In theory, AEP’s fundamental purpose is to combat the City’s urban blight by forcing  Full Article…

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When Email Exchanges Become Binding Contracts

August 8, 2017 by Adam Leitman Bailey and John Desiderio In Stonehill Capital Management v. Bank of the West, 28 NY3d 439 (2016), the New York Court of Appeals held that an agreement to sell a distressed loan, in the auction loan trading market, was enforceable without the execution of a formal written contract. While  Full Article…

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A Practitioner’s Guide to Understanding Interest

April 12, 2017 By Adam Leitman Bailey and Dov Treiman While prohibited in some religious traditions,1 interest is one of the most pervasive concepts in the American economy. Seemingly simple on its surface, it presents a bewildering amount of complexity as soon as one digs into its legal implications. Real Estate practitioners must know the  Full Article…

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