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Landlord and Tenant Practice in New York, 2019 ed. (Vols. F-H, New York Practice Series)

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: Thomson West
Copyright: 2019
Service #: 14106598
Sub #: 14106597
Pages: 3772
Shelf Space: 6 in.
Publication frequency: Varies
Update method: Varies

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Landlord and Tenant Practice in New York, 2019 ed. (Vols. F-H, New York Practice Series)

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Landlord and Tenant Practice in New York covers both commercial and residential landlord-tenant practice. The authors offer practical advice on a range of issues, from the creation of a tenancy through its termination. Written for both novice and veteran lawyers, it covers all the substantive and procedural issues encountered in the ownership and management of commercial and residential real estate, including:

  • Nonpayment and holdover proceedings
  • Commercial and residential lease agreements
  • Rent regulations
  • Terminating the tenancy
  • The impact of bankruptcy filings

The set contains information on specific issues such as:

  • The Rent Regulation Reform Act of 1997
  • Rent stabilization and control
  • Ethical considerations in accepting a case
  • Housing discrimination, lofts, and SROs
  • Government-subsidized housing
  • The implications of bankruptcy filings
  • Yellowstone injunctions

Time-saving forms are included and extensive cross-referencing leads the reader to leading cases, forms, and practice pointers.