New York Appellate Court Upholds Waiver of Yellowstone Action

In a recent appeal, the Supreme Court of the State of New York, Second Judicial Department held that a commercial tenant’s waiver of its right to seek a “Yellowstone” injunction is enforceable and not contrary to public policy. What is a Yellowstone injunction? A Yellowstone injunction allows a commercial tenant to temporarily suspend the cure period


Common Landlord Tenant Disputes Ideally, all tenants would provide their full rental payment on-time, and reside in the premises in a respectful manner, with the Landlord providing all of the agreed-upon services and amenities, in a safe and inhabitable manner.  In reality, however, landlord and tenant disputes are common and can result in timely or

Tenant Screening

If you are a landlord in New York, then you have likely had to deal with the greatest headache of them all—non-payment of rent by your tenants. As a landlord-tenant attorneys covering New York City and Long Island, we see it every day in both the residential and commercial sectors. Yes, even businesses do not