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Landlord / Tenant

If you are considering buying, selling, leasing, or investing in commercial real estate, it’s vital to consult with an experienced attorney who will ensure that your transactions and leases are structured to best represent your interests.

CBMS has a full service commercial and residential department that can assist you with a wide range of leasing and landlord-tenant matters. Our attorneys help clients with the purchase, sale and development of real property, draft and negotiate leases, navigate complicated co-op and condo laws, litigate property disputes, address landlord-tenant matters, and aid in real property management and litigate leasing issues. In addition, we provide counsel on matters of rent stabilization and tenant buy-outs.

Our attorneys are skilled in landlord-tenant litigation, with decades of experience representing both sides throughout New York City and Nassau County. As attorneys who represent landlords, no matter the size, we are in the best position to provide sophisticated representation to land owners, real estate investors and developers. It is vital for landlords to have qualified, knowledgeable and aggressive attorneys on their side in order to protect their investments.

Our tenant representation is no different; we aggressively protect the tenant’s business interests with our expertise in leasing matters. We will analyze every clause of your lease, even if it was created using Blumberg® forms. Businesses are bought and sold based upon the value of the balance of their leases, which can make the lease one of the tenant’s most valuable commodities.

As seasoned and successful litigators, the CBM&S landlord-tenant team have the know-how and experience on both sides of the table to help you protect and promote your interests, whether you are the landlord or the tenant. Protecting your business is our primary concern.