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Thursday, July 13, 2017

Tenants’ Rights: Subletting and Assigning

Can a landlord prevent a tenant from subletting or assigning their lease?
Andrew Lieb, Esq. shares this answer in The Huffington Post. 

Thursday, January 19, 2017

Skills That Set Apart Luxury Real Estate Brokers In New York

Monday, August 29, 2016

Top Five Questions Most Asked Of A Real Estate Lawyer In The Hamptons

For parties on both sides of the deal, the undertaking of buying and selling property can be…involved, to say the least. An Attorney can help you negotiate the morass of legal requirements and provide insight into the process. Though each property-buying experience is different, there are several questions that real estate lawyers are asked time and again.

Andrew Lieb, Esq. shares the top five more common queries on the Huffington Post. Click here to read the full article. 

Wednesday, November 04, 2015

Neighbor Warning: Don't Sign Out of Possession Title Affidavits

When your neighbors list their house for sale, proceed with caution and see an attorney immediately if you are presented with an out of possession title affidavit or a boundary line agreement.

This affidavit or agreement is a writing wherein you, as a neighbor, swears, under the penalties of perjury, that you do not assert an ownership claim to real estate which has been used by you as if it were your own. Meaning, part of the property owned by your neighbor in their deed, such as a driveway, fence, shrubs, bulkheading, wood chopping area, boat storage, or the like, may have been used by you for a period of time sufficient to transfer the ownership to you through legal concepts called either adverse possession or a prescriptive easement. However, the new purchaser wants this affidavit or agreement so you disclaim your ownership rights.

Read the complete article in full by Andrew Lieb, Esq. here.

Thursday, October 15, 2015

Top 5 Home Inspection Issues in Real Estate

At or about the time of contract execution in a residential transaction, the condition of the heating, cooling, plumbing and electrical systems coupled with that of the structural components becomes the foremost issue in the transaction and such conditions, when negative, typically give rise to contentious negotiations for adjustments to the initially accepted purchase price. In such, the home inspection not only offers lay purchasers ammunition for offsets, but when mismanaged the inspection can kill the deal completely.

To save your deal while leveraging proper due diligence, it is important to understand these top five home inspection issues in residential real estate transactions.

Read the full article, written by Andrew Lieb, Esq. here.