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DIVERSIFYING YOUR BUSINESS The Covid pandemic has caused all sorts of disruptions to business as usual. Some businesses have thrived while others have gone under. Everyone learned how to meet by Zoom and to be more resilient. For some businesses this means diversifying the goods or services provided to customers. In many ways, bringing on…

NEW YORK STATE EVICTION UPDATE No less than two days after the eviction moratorium had expired, the governor of New York signed into law Chapter 417 of the Laws of 2021 (the “Act”), an amended version of the  moratorium, protecting tenants from eviction at least until January 15, 2021. The Act was publicized as “new…

HOW THE RECENT SUPREME COURT RULING AFFECTS NEW YORK’S EVICTION MORATORIUM On August 12, 2021 the United States Supreme Court issued a decision in the case of Pantelis Chrysafis, et al. v. Lawrence K. Marks which stopped the enforcement of a portion of New York’s Covid-19 Emergency Eviction and Foreclosure Procedure Act (the “Act”).  The…

ATTENTION LANDLORDS AND TENANTS EMERGENCY EVICTION EXTENDED Despite successful re-opening of the economy , and leaving the majority of COVID-19 restrictions in the past, New York continues to take proactive steps in protecting those financially effected by COVID-19. On May 4, 2021 Governor Cuomo signed a bill extending both the Emergency Eviction and Foreclosure Prevention…

Renting property from a landlord who will not make needed repairs is frustrating, and in some cases, unsafe. What if the roof is leaking into your living room or the elevator has been out of service for an extended period? The first thing a tenant should do (after putting a bucket under or over the…

Several months prior to the expiration of a lease, a landlord should consider whether it wishes to renew that lease. If the landlord wants to offer the tenant a lease renewal, landlord should approach tenant at least two or three months prior to the expiration of the lease. This gives the parties time to work…

Being a landlord can be stressful. Building maintenance, late rent payments, disruptive tenants – the list goes on. Your position as a landlord comes with certain legal obligations. But your obligations to your tenants are not without limits. When a tenant stops paying rent or fails to vacate the premises at the end of the…

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