Commercial Lease Negotiations
Purchasing Commercial Space
Commercial Real Estate Finance
Everybody loves their landlord, right? Even though that’s the case for a ton of people, the fact is that most people have some issues with their landlord. Whether they’ve unlawfully kept your deposit (their are strict rules in NYC regarding this for example), didn’t keep a promise about certain maintenance tasks that were supposed to have been done, or worse a dangerous or illegal condition is present at the premises, you are not without recourse. The Law Office of Barry E. Janay, P.C. has experience representing both landlords and tenants in court, we can consult with landlords as to how best avoid running afoul of the often complex rules governing residential landlords which can vary significantly depending on the locale. Our firm has also represented numerous tenants who have found themselves in premises that were not kept up by the landlord in a habitable condition or in which they were deprived of their use and quiet enjoyment of the premises.
Home ownership is a goal for most Americans. Buying your first home is a huge learning experience; The Law Office of Barry E. Janay, P.C. helps everyone from first home buyers to experienced home owners who have multiple properties (which can be put into separate business entities that can have enormous tax / estate planning benefits). Below you will find a short primer on one of the most important aspects of the process, that is Reviewing the Contract of Sale, this will govern the entire transaction and there are a few key parts that every seller / purchaser should be aware of.
Seller list the property typically with a broker, the broker finds a buyer (hopefully vetted) then prepares the Memorandum of Sale.