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Blog Posts in 2002

Lucas A. Ferrara in The New York Times Real Estate Section, BENEFITS FOR OLDER RESIDENTS

YOUR HOME; Benefits For Older Residents Age, they say, has its privileges. And that is the case in New York, particularly New York City, where there are a number of housing-related programs for older ...
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Jonathan H. Newman in Real Estate Weekly, CITY ORDERED TO PAY LANDLORD IN RENT ESCALATION CASE

Wednesday, December 4, 2002, p. 16, col. 1. CITY ORDERED TO PAY LANDLORD IN RENT ESCALATION CASE New York, NY, November 25, 2002. The City of New York, which leases thousands of square feet of space ...
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Jonathan H. Newman in Real Estate Weekly, CITY ORDERED TO PAY LANDLORD IN RENT ESCALATION CASE

Wednesday, December 4, 2002, p. 16, col. 1. CITY ORDERED TO PAY LANDLORD IN RENT ESCALATION CASE New York, NY, November 25, 2002. The City of New York, which leases thousands of square feet of space ...
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Daniel Finkelstein in The New York Law Journal, LANDLORD'S SUE RENT-STRIKING TENANTS

LANDLORDS SUE RENT-STRIKING TENANTS New York Law Journal, November 26, 2001 Landlords in lower Manhattan are suing tenants who have refused to pay rent since the attacks on the World Trade Center ...
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Lucas A. Ferrara in The New York Times Real Estate Section, THE RIGHTS OF RENTERS IN CO-OPS

The Rights Of Renters In Co-ops ONE of the most common - and potentially contentious - business relationships is that of tenant and landlord. And while such relationships are frequently frustrating, ...
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Lucas A. Ferrara in The New York Times Real Estate Section, THE RIGHTS OF RENTERS IN CO-OPS

The Rights Of Renters In Co-ops ONE of the most common - and potentially contentious - business relationships is that of tenant and landlord. And while such relationships are frequently frustrating, ...
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Lucas A. Ferrara in The New York Times Real Estate Section, TENANT WHO NEEDS TO BREAK A LEASE

Q. I will be moving out of my apartment before my lease expires. What is the legal procedure for breaking one's lease? . . . Khalika Eodumegwuhu-Sanchez, Brooklyn. A. Lucas A. Ferrara, a Manhattan ...
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Lucas A. Ferrara in The New York Times Real Estate Section, WHEN NOISE IS TOO MUCH TO BEAR

FIONA BAYLY, a Manhattan tenant, recently sent a letter to the Real Estate Q. & A. column asking whether a "late-night, heavy-drinking, music-blaring party" between 10 p.m. and 1 a.m. in ...
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Lucas A. Ferrara in The New York Times Real Estate Section, COURT BACKS AN EVICTION FROM CO-OP

A MANHATTAN appellate court ruling that a co-op corporation can evict a tenant-shareholder without first obtaining judicial review of the reason for the eviction has generated "visceral" ...
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