New York Practice Guide: Real Estate
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"How-to" guidance for handling real estate transactions including in-depth analysis of the law, forms, and checklists.
• The purchase and sale of all types of real estate, from the pre-contract stage through closing and post-closing
• Zoning, environmental controls, and historic preservation (including tax treatment of historic properties)
• Real estate tax assessment
• Official maps
• Landlord-tenant law and practice
• The construction and operation of the lease from the perspective of both the landlord and tenant
• Condominiums, cooperatives, and homeowner associations
Every area covered includes:
• Extensive analysis of case law and statutory authority
• Procedural guide with checklists and drafting guidance
• Annotated forms
• Relevant tax considerations, including analysis of the impact of tax law
• Reference guides listing primary and secondary sources
First published in 1986.
6 Volumes; Looseleaf; biannual updates and revisions.
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Table of contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS
UNIT I: PURCHASE AND SALE
CHAPTER 1: PRE-CONTACT MATTERS
CHAPTER 2: CONTRACT OF SALE
CHAPTER 3: FINANCING THE PURCHASE
CHAPTER 4: TITLE CONSIDERATIONS
CHAPTER 5: PRE-CLOSING MATTERS
CHAPTER 6: CLOSING OF TITLE
CHAPTER 7: MECHANIC'S LIENS
CHAPTER 8-12 [RESERVED]
CHAPTER 13: LAND USE PLANNING, REGULATION AND PRACTICE: AN OVERVIEW
CHAPTER 14: THE OFFICIAL MAP
CHAPTER 15: SUBDIVISION REGULATION
CHAPTER 16: ZONING
CHAPTER 17: LANDMARKS AND IDSTORIC PRESERVATION
CHAPTER 18: ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS
CHAPTER 18A: NEW YORK STATE ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION
CHAPTER 19: REAL ESTATE TAX ASSESSNEBT
CHAPTER 20: ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE
CHAPTER 21-24: [RESERVED]
CHAPTER 25: CREATION AND OPERATION OF THE LEASE
CHAPTER 26: RENT REGULATION
CHAPTER 27: RIGHTS AND LIABILITIES OF LANDLORD AND TENANT
CHAPTER 28: ASSIGNMENT AND SUBLEASING
CHAPTER 29: RENEWALS AND PURCHASE OPTIONS
CHAPTER 30: LOFTS
CHAPTER 31: JUDICIAL PROCEEDINGS
CHAPTER 32-36: [RESERVED]
CHAPTER 37: COMMON INTEREST COMMUNITIES GENERALLY
CHAPTER 38: CONDOMINIUMS
CHAPTER 39: COOPERATIVES
CHAPTER 40: HOMEOWNER
CHATER 41: ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
CHAPTER 42: REPRESENTATION OF TENANTS IN CONVERSION TRANSACTIONS
CHAPTER 43: TAX CONSIDERATIONS
CHAPTER 44: OTHER REGULATORY AND STATUTORY FRAMEWORKS