Restrictions on Condominium Leasing in New York

May 15, 2012

Section 339-v(2)(a) of the New York Condominium Act states that a condominium’s by-laws may provide “Provisions governing the alienation, conveyance, sale, leasing, purchase, ownership and occupancy of units, provided, however, that the by-laws shall contain no provision restricting the alienation, conveyance, sale, leasing, purchase, ownership and occupancy of units because …Read More

Special Leasing Considerations for Horse Farms

May 1, 2012

Lease agreements for horse farms contain many of the same terms as lease agreements for other commercial properties, such as rent, expiration, insurance and indemnity.  However, due to the specialized use of the property, there are some unique considerations that must be addressed.  Having an attorney draft these provisions in …Read More

Sign Up! Obtaining Local Sign Permits in New York

April 30, 2012

Pursuant to Section 20 of the New York State Municipal Home Rule Law, many towns, cities and villages regulate signs in order to protect the visual landscape from too much clutter and light pollution.  Local regulations may distinguish between temporary versus permanent signs, interior v. exterior, small v. large, illuminated …Read More

Road Dedication Procedure in New York

April 15, 2012

In New York, title to real property may be acquired by a municipality by dedication and acceptance.”  See Romanoff v. Village of Scarsdale, 50 A.D.3d 763 (2nd Dept. 2008).  Dedication of a street … ‘is essentially of the nature of a gift’ by a private owner to the public and …Read More

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