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New York City Landlord Tenant Lawyer

David A. Kaminsky & Associates, P.C..

David Kaminsky, Esq.
325 Broadway, Suite 504
New York, NY 10007
(212) 571-1227
New York City Landlord Tenant & Real Estate Lawyer

Representation for all your New York and New York City Real Estate legal matters including:

Real Estate Litigation, Real Estate Transactions, Landlord Liability Claims, Lofts, Loan Modifications, Rent Stabilization, Second hand smoke, Landlord Liability claims, Lead Paint, Mold, Inadequate Security Claims

Over twenty-five years experience in all areas of landlord tenant, real estate law, and general practice.

Call (212) 571-1227 for consultation today.

Articles by David A. Kaminsky and Associates, P.C.

Real Estate Litigation:

Landlord and tenant, administrative law, foreclosure, bankruptcy, tax certiorari and other New York State and Federal litigation matters.

Real Estate Transactions:

financing, leasing, acquisitions and sales, workouts, single family, condo, co-op, commercial and multifamily properties.

Real Estate Counsel:

advice on laws and regulations, landlord's and tenant's rights, HPD, DHCR and Housing Court matters.

General Legal Practice:

collections, contract matters, personal injury, matrimonials, business and personal bankruptcy, Chapter 7, Chapter 11 and Chapter 13 Petitions.

Business and Corporate Law:

Legal matters including formation of business entities, leases and licenses.

Landlord Liability Claims:

we have an interest in accepting lead paint, black mold, inadequate security claims, and other similar landlord liability cases.

Lofts:

Assisting landlords and tenants in connection with all loft law issues including coverage by the New York City Loft Law, landlord-tenant litigation, buy-out negotiations, legalization of interim multiple dwellings and similar issues.

Loan Modifications:

Assisting borrowers, homeowners and investors in arranging for modification of unaffordable and unreasonable loan terms.

Citations:

Rent Stabilization

Only way a change of ownership could result in the deregulation of a rent stabilized apartment is if a new owner is a federal, state or local government entity.



























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