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What Are a Landlord's Duties Under the "Warranty of Habitability"?

The “warranty of habitability” is an important concept in New York real estate law. If you lease a residential property such as an apartment or condo, by law you guarantee the premises are “fit for human habitation.” This does not mean the residence must be in new or perfect ...

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Blog posts in May, 2015

  • Is a Contract Enforceable If It Violates the Law?

    New York courts will not enforce certain contracts if they violate state law or public policy. But that does not mean a contract is automatically ...

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  • Do Debt Collectors Have to Warn You About Tax Consequences?

    Many of us are struggling with credit card debt. If you have a delinquent account, a debt collector hired by the original creditor may approach you ...

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  • Court of Appeals Says No Statute of Limitations for Forged Deed Allegations

    New York's highest court recently addressed a legal dispute arising from an allegedly forged deed. There is no question a forged deed is invalid. But ...

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  • The ASCAP Royalty Decision and Understanding Business Agreements

    The American Society of Composers, Artists and Performers represents roughly half the musical composers and song publishers in the United States. ...

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  • Long Island Senator's Arrest Highlights Corruption in Real Estate Lobbying

    New York's real estate world was rocked by recent corruption charges against a powerful Long Island politician. On May 4, the United States Attorney's ...

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  • How a Property Sale Can Affect the Right to Challenge a Tax Assessment

    Property taxes are an important consideration in just about every real estate transaction. If you are contemplating buying property, you want to have ...

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