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Court of Appeals to Decide Two Cases With Major Landlord-Tenant Implications

By Adam Leitman Bailey and Dov Treiman   February 19, 2019 Adam Leitman Bailey and Dov Treiman discuss “Collazo v. Netherland Property Assets” and “Maddicks v. Big City Properties” — two cases which outcomes may signal “potentially enormous changes in how practitioners will practice landlord-tenant law.” In front of the Court of Appeals are two cases which outcomes  Full Article…

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The New Rules of Seeking a Buyout of a Rent-Regulated Tenant

By Adam Leitman Bailey and Dov Treiman January 29, 2019 The New Rules of Seeking a Buyout of a Rent-Regulated Tenant In their Rent Regulation column, Adam Leitman Bailey and Dov Treiman discuss how recent changes to the New York City Administrative Code along with a recent decision in the Appellate Term, First Department, have  Full Article…

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2017, The Year of Many New Landlord-Tenant Laws

By Adam Leitman Bailey and Dov Treiman  June 12, 2018  Adam Leitman Bailey and Dov Treiman discuss the many enactments related to harassment, bedbugs, and smoking, the first two of which expand tenants’ rights and the final one intended to constrict them. On Aug. 9, 2017 and in the ensuing months, becoming effective at scattered times over  Full Article…

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How To Overcome Tenant Resistance To An MCI Application

By: Adam Leitman Bailey & Dov Treiman September, 2014 Part I: How To Overcome Tenant Resistance To An MCI Application I. General Overview Major Capital Improvement Increases (MCI’s) are a concept that parties can contract for if they are not subject to rent regulation. However, generally speaking, unregulated residential tenants rarely do contract for them.  Full Article…

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“Tenant Protection: Suggestions Offer Remedies for Harsh provisions,” New York Law Journal

By Adam Leitman Bailey and John M. Desiderio During the last five years, the pendulum of commercial leasing has begun to swing. At common law, the doctrine of “caveat emptor” governed commercial leasing. By the 1970’s, New York courts, relying on equitable principles, began to carve out exceptions to caveat emptor. 1 Equity gained greater  Full Article…

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