The New York State Legislature recently ended its legislative session, and changes are on the horizon — including in the area of real estate law. New York, like many other states, imposes a tax on the privilege of conveying real ...Read More »
Condemnation sounds ominous, but in commercial real estate, it is a business reality. Recent news of intended expansion at the Marketplace Mall highlights the importance of condemnation clauses in commercial leases, which are often overlooked. The owner of the Marketplace ...
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With New York on the verge of legalizing recreational marijuana, landlords across the state will face various questions once the smoke clears. Specifically, landlords will need to decide whether to accept the risks of renting to marijuana businesses, and if ...Read More »