It’s a commonly accepted fact that
some of the world’s biggest fortunes have been made
in real estate. So it’s no wonder that real estate disputes
can lead to hard fought litigation, especially in New York,
where relationships between landlords and tenants, coop-condo
boards and their unit owners, and buyers and sellers of property,
can be particularly thorny.
Since not all transactions or rental arrangements
go smoothly, our firm handles real estate litigation for a
variety of real estate interests. We have successfully represented
coop boards and sponsors, landlords and tenants, and we even
represent debtor and creditor interests in bankruptcy.
Hollander and Company LLC has successfully
represented all manner of real estate interests in a variety
of litigation contexts. Illustrative examples of cases handled
by attorneys currently in practice at the firm include:
- Representation of a Manhattan commercial
property owner, where the firm obtained a money judgment
and a large cash settlement against individual guarantors
of a commercial tenant, while defeating attempts at forced
lease transfers in bankruptcy proceedings.
- Representation of a Coop Board in turning
back repetitive lawsuits by a shareholer, recovering sanctions
against the shareholder and his counsel when the court was
persuaded by Hollander and Company LLC advocacy that claims
were made against our clients in bad faith.
- Representation of a holder of unsold
shares in a cooperative corporation in a dispute regarding
liquidated damages from a failed coop unit purchase in which
contract deposit was ordered to be turned over to Seller,
following which firm negotiated new contract with a new
buyer at a higher price.
If you’d like to send us a request
for information or assistance, please go to our general
online inquiry form, send us an email directly at email@example.com,
or call Jay Hollander, Esq. at 212-576-1061.
And don’t forget our Real
Estate Mini Portal, we provide late breaking real estate
news daily, as well as a collection of useful links for residential
and commercial properties, as well as coop and condominium