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Tag Archives: Lease

Q & A: What to Expect After Deregulation

Q.My rent-stabilized apartment in New York City has just become deregulated as a result of high rent/high income deregulation. Is the landlord legally required to give me first consideration on a new lease at market rate, and must that new rate be reasonable and legally fair?

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In The Spotlight: Negotiating a Rooftop Antenna Contract

By Adam Leitman Bailey and Dov Treiman As real estate values rise, building usage change, and cell phone and Internet communications become universal, wireless telecommunications companies have become popular defendants in civil court. In certain instances, owners are examining their rooftop antenna agreements to determine if they can terminate them. Many of these owners wanted  Full Article…

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The Most Influential Commercial Lease Cases in the Last Century that Every Drafter and Litigator Must Know, New York Real Property Law Journal

By Adam Leitman Bailey & Dov Treiman For almost two years, we have been compiling a list of the greatest commercial lease cases of all time. The authors have always been fans “greatest” lists—there being something special about choosing the best among so many great people, entertainers, athletes, composers, or, in our case, cases that  Full Article…

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Letting Go of Leases and Allowing Licenses

By: Adam Leitman Bailey & Dov Treiman May 1st, 2005 Why Licenses? Inevitably, when courts seek to readjust the balance between landowners and non-owner occupants, owners’ counsel will reach into the ancient common-law toolbox to find occupancy arrangements that give owners the panoply of rights and remedies they thought they enjoyed as landlords. In the movie Jurassic Park,  Full Article…

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