How to Finance Your Commercial Real Estate Purchase

If you’re ready to take the important step of making a major commercial real estate purchase, you’ve got to figure out the best way to make it happen. While loans for residential real estate are generally assigned to an individual borrower, a commercial loan is generally placed with a business entity. With transactions of this […]

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Understanding the Alford Plea in New York

If you’ve been charged with a crime in New York, a significant part of resolving your case depends on how you plead. In the simplest terms, there are three basic pleas; you can plead either guilty, not guilty, or no contest. However, there is something else that can occur. Defendants may consider using an Alford […]

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Should I Get a Pour Over Will?

If you don’t have a will, the law determines what happens to your assets. This is referred to as “intestacy.” Here, your assets will pass to your heirs according to New York’s intestacy statutes. Sometimes this will be in sync with what you want, but sometimes it won’t. If your assets are subject to intestacy, […]

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What You Need to Know About Estoppel Certificates in Commercial Leases

Estoppel certificates (also known as estoppel letters) are important documents used for due diligence in many real estate activities. Read on to learn how this impacts your New York commercial lease.  What is an Estoppel Certificate? An estoppel certificate is a statement, which acknowledges that a commercial lease agreement exists. The tenant’s signature on this […]

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