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Adam Pincus

Inside the legal strategy to topple New York’s rent law

A month after the new rent law was minted, real estate industry groups filed a federal lawsuit to dismantle...

Inside the legal strategy to topple New York’s rent law
Judge Jean Schneider (Credit: iStock, NYCourts.gov)

Housing court ends hopes to advance eviction cases

Hopes have been dashed for landlords and lawyers who sought to advance pending eviction cases. In a letter reviewed...

Housing court ends hopes to advance eviction cases
(Credit: U.S. Dept. of the Treasury, iStock)
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Banks can snatch stimulus checks before landlords see a dime

Legislators fast-tracked the federal stimulus package to provide “fast and direct relief,” but allowed banks to garnish the checks...

Banks can snatch stimulus checks before landlords see a dime
Special Report Stimulus Package
National

What the $2 trillion stimulus does for real estate

“In moments of crisis,” the legendary developer Big Bill Zeckendorf was fond of saying, “one’s world tends to become...

What the $2 trillion stimulus does for real estate
New York Capital Region Apartment Association spokesperson Jaime Cain (Credit: iStock, Boylan Code)

Landlords of the world, unite?

A new statewide alliance of landlords called Under One Roof NY is hoping to open some doors in Albany. The group represents some 1,500 upstate and New York City landlords, according to its spokesperson,...

Landlords of the world, unite?

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