Contact Us
1250 Broadway, 27th Floor, New York, NY 10001 212-619-5400 Manhattan Attorney
Manhattan Lawyer
Attorney Profiles Firm News Practice Areas Newsletters Real Estate Lawyers' Blog Clients' Rights
Best of the Best Top 100 2015 Award
Best of the Best Top 100 2016 Award

Blog Posts in 2010

Jarred I. Kassenoff in The New York Times Real Estate Section, PARTNER'S RIGHTS TO RENT-REGULATED UNIT

Q Several years ago I bought a rent-controlled apartment in a co-op building; a longtime tenant and her partner were living in it. The tenant has since died, but her partner still lives there. The two ...
Continue reading "Jarred I. Kassenoff in The New York Times Real Estate Section, PARTNER'S RIGHTS TO RENT-REGULATED UNIT" »

Jarred I. Kassenoff in The New York Times Real Estate Section, A NEW CYCLE FOR APPLIANCES

Q I am a rent-stabilized tenant in a sponsor-owned apartment in a Manhattan condominium. I have lived here for 30-plus years and have had a washer and dryer in my unit since the 1980s. Do I have the ...
Continue reading "Jarred I. Kassenoff in The New York Times Real Estate Section, A NEW CYCLE FOR APPLIANCES" »

Lucas A. Ferrara in The New York Times, Real Estate Section , A REGULATED TENANT SWAPPING SPACES

Q I am a tenant in a rent-stabilized apartment in Manhattan. A friend who lives in Paris has suggested that we swap apartments for a few weeks or a month. May I do this under the rent-regulation law? ...
Continue reading "Lucas A. Ferrara in The New York Times, Real Estate Section , A REGULATED TENANT SWAPPING SPACES" »

Lucas A. Ferrara in The New York Times, Real Estate Section, A REGULATED TENANT SWAPPING SPACES

Q. I am a tenant in a rent-stabilized apartment in Manhattan. A friend who lives in Paris has suggested that we swap apartments for a few weeks or a month. May I do this under the rent-regulation law? ...
Continue reading "Lucas A. Ferrara in The New York Times, Real Estate Section, A REGULATED TENANT SWAPPING SPACES" »

Lucas A. Ferrara in The New York Times, Real Estate Section, PROMISES, PROMISES SHOULD BE IN WRITING

Q. I recently used Craigslist to find an apartment. The person showing the place said the building had a laundry room. But when I moved in, I discovered the building did not have on-site laundry. The ...
Continue reading "Lucas A. Ferrara in The New York Times, Real Estate Section, PROMISES, PROMISES SHOULD BE IN WRITING" »

Jonathan H. Newman in The New York Times, Real Estate Section, A QUESTION OF 'DOUBLE-DIPPING

Q. A tenant of mine who still had a year left on her lease recently died. The lease states that her estate is responsible for the remainder of the lease, and it is honoring that. If I find a new ...
Continue reading "Jonathan H. Newman in The New York Times, Real Estate Section, A QUESTION OF 'DOUBLE-DIPPING" »

Jarred I. Kassenoff in The New York Times Real Estate Section, WHEN OWNERS EVICT STABILIZED TENANTS

Q. I am a rent-stabilized tenant in an 18-unit building that was recently sold. The new owner has made it clear that the building will be converted to a one-family home for his family. Is there a law ...
Continue reading "Jarred I. Kassenoff in The New York Times Real Estate Section, WHEN OWNERS EVICT STABILIZED TENANTS" »

Glenn H. Spiegel in The New York Times, Real Estate Section, CLAIMING INTEREST ON SECURITY DEPOSITS

Q. I rent a Westchester condominium apartment and have never received a notice of interest earned on my two months' security deposit held by the owner. Are condo renters entitled to interest on ...
Continue reading "Glenn H. Spiegel in The New York Times, Real Estate Section, CLAIMING INTEREST ON SECURITY DEPOSITS" »

Jonathan H. Newman in The New York Times, Real Estate Section, WHEN A RENTED UNIT GOES ON THE MARKET

Q. We rented a two-bedroom in a condominium building about eight months ago. The apartment needed substantial work to make it habitable, including cleaning, painting and having new windows installed, ...
Continue reading "Jonathan H. Newman in The New York Times, Real Estate Section, WHEN A RENTED UNIT GOES ON THE MARKET" »

Firm News

Click here to read our firm newsletters
1250 Broadway, 27th Floor, New York, NY 10001
Attorney Web Design The information available on this website is disseminated for informational purposes only. Nothing contained herein-including, but not limited to, all newsletters, press releases, blog posts, documents, biographical information, descriptions of services rendered, comments, responses, emails, or other communications-should be construed as a legal opinion or professional advice. If you should require expert assistance, consult with an attorney (or other appropriate professional) to securea formal opinion. The publisher of this website and its contributors disclaim responsibility for any damages that may result from any error, inaccuracy,or omission contained herein.