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Real Estate Law

New York Property and Real Estate Attorney

The state of New York follows specific state laws for landlords, tenants, real estate, and property. Without a New York City real estate attorney, dealing with property-related issues or planning for your own house can be a difficult challenge. With an experienced attorney, you can find answers to a lot of your legal questions and review the necessary documents you need to make sure you are in the right direction.

The Law Offices of Gerald Karikari are here to assist with your case, as we have represented clients in the greater New York City area. Feel free to reach out to us a for a consultation at any time.

How a New York Real Estate Attorney Can Help?

Real property may come with various legal issues, from preparing and reviewing documents related to real estate such as:
Real estate attorneys may also handle closings, especially in the case of a real property purchase from a person/organization by a different person/organization. In general, certain complications may arise that require the advice of a real estate attorney, including but not limited to:
Why Do You Need a New York Real Estate Attorney?

As mentioned, property-related concerns and issues can be challenging. There may be Legal claims made against your prospective property that must be satisfied and resolved prior to any sale, and you want to ensure complete compliance with all local and state rules when it comes to the purchase of a property.

Additionally, you may require the expertise of a New York real estate regarding one of the following items:

  • Foreclosures
  • Zoning and land use
  • Landlord tenant relationships
  • Easements and boundary disputes
  • Problems show up with the title. For example, the driveway is shared equally by the house you want to purchase and the neighboring house, but that isn’t stated in the title.
  • Adverse possession
  • Partition
  • Drafting a private loan from a relative or friend to make the purchase.
  • Quiet title
  • Condemnation
  • The purchase of a house that is in probate, foreclosure, or a short sale
  • Property Misrepresentation

In case of a dispute in any of these issues, a real estate attorney is there to stand in your corner and fight for your interests.

While these are some of the concerns that prompt legal assistance, you can always reach out to our legal team at any time for a consultation. The Law Offices of Gerald Karikari provide legal services for both residential and commercial real estate.