Kiritsis & Associates
Kiritsis Law Offices.Phone: (212) – 922 – 0005.
Written By: John Kiritsis, Esq., CPA, MBA, MS, JD, LL.M
Provisions regarding costs for repairing or altering property are supremely important because of the property’s potential size and these provisions potentially triggering or negating other provisions in the lease.
Parole evidence challenges can successfully subject a properly written and legally binding lease. New York Statute of Fraud provisions have a timeline of 3 years. The lease should spell out any exclusive use provisions for the premises. The lease should provide who controls what parts of the property.
An often-overlooked issue with reviewing, drafting, negotiating and/or finalizing lease agreements involving real property, are the potential tax avoidance and/or tax compliance issues. This should not be given off minimal importance in any situation, and especially within New York, which arguably has the highest property tax bills in the country, and one of the highest State income tax rates among the 50 States.
Exclusive use provisions may be significantly important in New York City due to the relatively high labor costs pertaining to the construction and development of real estate. This legal guide is confined to commercial property. A landlord dealing with residential premises may be subject to warranting the premises may not be hazardous or dangerous to the tenant.
The law as it pertains to lease contracts in New York, may have changed and/or continue to evolve, during the legal changes brought on by Covid 19. It is perhaps worth mentioning that even before the spread of the Coronavirus in the U.S., New York Landlord/Tenant laws and real property leasing laws, were considered highly esoteric and by many were a sign of a much need legal reform.
To better assist in a quest of further analyzing this type of question(s) as revolving per this legal guide article, it may be useful to make additional inquiries, such as: Should any pertaining lease documents be filed as a public recordation? Is it possible to make a county-specific public recordation of the pertaining lease documents? Is it permissible to have the lease be freely assignable?
Our firm can help you draft, review, negotiate, and execute any type of New York real property lease agreement. We are open seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. We offer prospective clients both exhaustive and comprehensive leasing law practice services, including the following:
New York non-rent regulated residential lease agreements.
New York rent regulated stabilized residential lease agreements.
New York commercial lease agreements.
New York industrial occupancy lease agreements.
New York warehouse storage lease agreements. Call our law offices at (212)–922–0005
New York medical space use lease agreements.
New York spa and physical therapy related use lease agreements.
New York professional service lease agreements, including Accounting, Insurance, Medicine, Law, Architecture, etc.
New York jewelry and related use lease contracts.
New York chemical and pest control related use lease contracts. Call our law offices at (212)–922–0005
New York roommate use lease contracts.
New York shared office space use lease contracts.
New York netted lease contracts.
New York double net lease contracts.
New York commercial leases with time extension option provisions. Call our law offices at (212)–922–0005
Lease agreements modifications.
Cancellation of real property lease agreements.
Cancellation of commercial lease agreements.
Gas station and related use lease agreements.
Food establishment and related use lease agreements. Call our law offices at (212)–922–0005
Liquor store and other related use lease agreements.
Parking space and garage related use lease agreements.
Church and related use lease agreements.
Synagogue and related use lease agreements.
Hinduism temple and related use lease agreements. Call our law offices at (212)–922–0005
Oil drilling related use lease agreements.
Riparian and water rights related use lease agreements.
Dining hall use lease agreements.
Tenant-focused and customized lease agreements.
Condo lease agreements. Call our law offices at (212)–922–0005
Condo co-op lease agreements.
Co-op-type building premises lease agreements.
Single family dwelling lease agreements.
Three family dwelling lease agreements.
Multi-family property lease agreements. Call our law offices at (212)–922–0005
Commercial use building premises lease agreements.
Locker room/storage type lease agreements.
Laundromat and other related use lease agreements.
Florist, botanical, and horticulture use lease agreements.
Municipal related use lease agreements. Call our law offices at (212)–922–0005
Hostel and other related use lease agreements.
Master lease agreements.
Hypothecating, equity-utilization, leveraging lease agreements.
Negotiating lease agreements.
We offer prospective clients services throughout the state of New York, including the following counties:
You can call use today for a FREE initial consultation with a licensed New York real estate attorney at (212) – 922 – 0005.
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Potential relevant citations and informational references:
New York Constitution
New York City Bar Association
New York Department of Finance
New York State Society of CPAs
General Obligation Law (GOL) §5-702, §5-703
NY RPL §226
NY RPL §232
NY RPL §237
Hiles v. Fisher, 144 N.Y. 306 (1895)
Lawriv v. Cit of Rochester, 14 A.D.2d 13 (4th Dept. 1961)
Minja K Co. v. Randolph, 140 A.D.2d 245 C 1st Dept, (1988)
Scutti Enterprises, Inc. v. Wackermain Cuchone Custom Builders, Inc., 153 A.D.2d 83 (4th Dept. 1989)
Witter v. Taggart, 78 N.Y.S.2d 234 (1991)
Bonton v. Williams, 42 A.D.3d 795 (3rd Dept. 2007)
Wells Fargo Bank N.A. v. Marchione, 69 A.D.3d 204 (2nd Dept. 2009)
Meyers v. Rosen, 69 A.D.3d 1095 (2nd Dept. 2010)
Pritsiolas v. Apple Bankcorp, Inc., 120 A.D.3d 647 (2nd Dept. 2014)
Kheel v. Molinari, 165 A.D.3d 1576 (3rd Dept. 2018)
Law Offices of Kiritsis & Associates
Phone # 212 922 0005
Manhattan Office (Main Office):
633 Third Avenue
New York, NY 10017
Brooklyn Office (By Appointment Only):
1023 74th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11228
New Jersey Office:
7309 Ventnor Avenue
Ventnor, NJ 08406
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