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An easement is the right to enter onto the property of another person. The most obvious place that this is demonstrated is in sidewalks. We have the right to walk across our neighbor’s property so long as we stay on the sidewalk.
In an effort to provide you continuing legal services and keep you abreast of developments that may impact you and your families, I am providing you the following Legal Alert on the evolving real estate market.
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Quiet title action is brought to determine who the real owner of a property is or who possesses what interests in the property.
Breach of contract is a rather nebulous term with multi-layered tentacles. In fact, what is a breach? When did the breach occur? Who breached the contract? Theses are only some of the myriad of questions posed when litigating or entertaining to litigate a breach of contract action.
Plaintiffs are often confronted with the dilemma of prolonged litigation vis-a-vis losing their business to trademark infringement, competition, etc. Preliminary relief is some instances, along with other litigation tactics, might help such plaintiffs.
New York Real Estate Lawyer discusses the rising rate of forclosures in the high end home market
Discusses the NYC rental housing market and the driving force behind the residential sales in New York
New York Real Estate Lawyer discusses advantages and disadvantages of condo vs coop
Bank controlled mortgage modifications are simply not working as they were intended