Disputes between landlords and tenants occur on a daily basis in New York City. Unfortunately, sometimes these disputes lead to the threat of eviction.
Real estate litigation can be complex and the outcome can decide the future of a development or an investment. This is particularly true in Manhattan, where an adverse outcome in litigation can be a significant financial setback for a developer, property owner or lessee. When the stakes are this high, you need the best representation you can get.
New York's Hudson Yards project covers 28 acres on the West Side of Manhattan. It is considered the biggest real estate development in U.S. history, and it is emblematic of the resurgence of New York City's real estate market. It is also a colossal engineering project. It is being developed jointly by Oxford Properties Group and the Related Companies.
Purchasing or selling residential real estate in New York requires careful attention to the legal details. Real estate transactions are subject to a variety of state statutes, common law and local codes and ordinances. Federal anti-discrimination statutes can also come into play. Even in a relatively straightforward transaction, there are pitfalls that can trap those who are unprepared.