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What happens if there is a misspelling in a lessor's and/or lessee's name on a New York commercial lease?

Jul 26, 2021

Law Offices of Kiritsis & Associates.Phone: (212) – 922 – 0005.
Author: John Kiritsis, Esq., CPA, MBA, MS, JD, LL.M

 

Many legal troubles can result. Legal disputes could result, and the lease’s enforceability could be jeopardized. This legal guide assumes the parties involved are NOT dealing in any “roomer”-type agreements, including seasonal and temporary occupancies.

 

“Additional rent” is an important concept in New York landlord-tenant law. Under unique or exceptional circumstances, it may be better for parties to enter an oral lease.

Many of the lease agreements (especially, many of the ones created through do-it-yourself autogenerating software or bare-bone store sold templates) did not account the catastrophic damages, that would inflict landlords and tenants after COVID-19.

 

 If you are a landlord entering a New York City commercial lease, you should thoroughly examine the prospective tenant’s corporate/LLC kit and run the proper entity and search reports. The rules can be somewhat murky in this area; in some situations, the landlord cannot restrict the tenant occupancy by keeping the tenant’s immediate family away from the premises. This rule may be completely unenforceable or somewhat relaxed depending on the commercial lease.

 

To better assist in a quest of further analyzing this type of question(s) as revolving per this legal guide article, it may be useful to make additional inquiries, such as: Should any pertaining lease documents be filed as a public recordation? Is it possible to make a county-specific public recordation of the pertaining lease documents? Is it permissible to have the lease be freely assignable?

 

Our firm can help you draft, review, negotiate, and execute any type of New York real property lease agreement. We are open seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. We offer prospective clients both exhaustive and comprehensive leasing law practice services, including the following:

 

Non-rent regulated residential lease agreements.

Rent regulated stabilized residential lease agreements.

Commercial lease agreements.

Co-habitation lease agreements. 

Gross lease agreements. Call our law offices at (212)–922–0005 

Single net lease agreements. 

Triple net lease agreements. 

Real property lease agreements. 

Lease agreements modifications.

Cancellation of real property lease agreements. Call our law offices at (212)–922–0005 

Cancellation of commercial lease agreements. 

Gas station and related use lease agreements. 

Food establishment and related use lease agreements. 

Liquor store and other related use lease agreements. 

Parking space and garage related use lease agreements. Call our law offices at (212)–922–0005 

Church and related use lease agreements. 

Synagogue and related use lease agreements. 

Hinduism temple and related use lease agreements. 

501 (c) 3 organization and related use lease agreements. 

Lease agreement contracts with option to purchase clause. Call our law offices at (212)–922–0005

Tax favored lease agreements. 

Agriculture and related use lease agreements. 

Poultry related use lease agreements. 

Mineral rights related use lease agreements. 

Laboratory and medical testing related use lease agreements. Call our law offices at (212)–922–0005 

Buffet-style restaurant use lease agreements. 

Landlord-focused and customized lease agreements. 

Construction project centered lease agreements. 

Co-op lease agreements. 

Condo-type building premises lease agreements. Call our law offices at (212)–922–0005 

Condo co-op building premises lease agreements. 

Two family dwelling lease agreements. 

4-plex property lease agreements. 

Mixed-use property lease agreements. 

Industrial use property lease agreements. Call our law offices at (212)–922–0005 

Postal office box related use lease agreements. 

Carwash and other related use lease agreements. 

Hair saloon and related use lease agreements. 

Governmental entity organization related use lease agreements. 

Adults-only recreational use lease agreements, including strip clubs, Marijuana dispensaries, etc. Call our law offices at (212)–922–0005

Co-op propriety lease agreements. 

Drafting lease agreements.

Lease agreement and document review services.

 

We offer prospective clients services throughout the state of New York, including the following counties:

 

Albany

Allegany

Bronx

Broome

Cattaraugus

Cayuga

Chautauqua

Chemung

Chenango

Clinton

Columbia

Cortland

Delaware

Cutchess

Erie

Essex

Franklin

Fulton

Genesee

Greene

Hamilton

Herkimer

Jefferson

Kings

Lewis

Livingston

Madison

Monroe

Montgomery

Nassau

New York

Niagara

Oneida

Onondaga

Ontario

Orange

Orleans

Oswego

Otsego

Putnam

Queens

Rensselaer

Richmond

Rockland

St. Lawrence

Saratoga

Schenectady

Schoharie

Schuyler

Seneca

Steuben

Suffolk

Sullivan

Tioga

Tompkins

Ulster

Warren

Washington

Wayne

Westchester

Wyoming

Yates

 

You can call use today for a FREE initial consultation with a licensed New York real estate attorney at (212) – 922 – 0005.

 

We offer a number of fee payment options, including Flat, Hourly Rate, Mixed-type (various payment plans combined).

 

We accept all standard methods of payment, including Cash, Personal Check, Business Check, Cashier Check, Bank Check, Money Order, Debit Card, most Credit Cards.

 

We also sell template-type products, including legal guide pamphlet-style booklets.

For more information on any of the above services and products, or any type of legally related service product, contact us at any of our New York and New Jersey branch affiliates.

 

Sources:

 

New York Constitution

New York City Bar Association

New York Department of Finance

New York State Society of CPAs

General Obligation Law (GOL) §5-702, §5-703

 

NY RPL §226

NY RPL §232

NY RPL §237

 

Hiles v. Fisher, 144 N.Y. 306 (1895)

Lawriv v. Cit of Rochester, 14 A.D.2d 13 (4th Dept. 1961)

Minja K Co. v. Randolph, 140 A.D.2d 245 C 1st Dept, (1988)

Scutti Enterprises, Inc. v. Wackermain Cuchone Custom Builders, Inc., 153 A.D.2d 83 (4th Dept. 1989)

Witter v. Taggart, 78 N.Y.S.2d 234 (1991)

Bonton v. Williams, 42 A.D.3d 795 (3rd Dept. 2007)

Wells Fargo Bank N.A. v. Marchione, 69 A.D.3d 204 (2nd Dept. 2009)

Meyers v. Rosen, 69 A.D.3d 1095 (2nd Dept. 2010)

Pritsiolas v. Apple Bankcorp, Inc., 120 A.D.3d 647 (2nd Dept. 2014)

Kheel v. Molinari, 165 A.D.3d 1576 (3rd Dept. 2018)

 

Law Offices of Kiritsis & Associates
Phone: 212 922 0005

Manhattan Office (Main Office):
633 Third Avenue
New York, NY 10017
Suite 1306

Brooklyn Office (By Appointment Only):
1023 74th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11228
1st Floor

New Jersey Office:
7309 Ventnor Avenue
Ventnor, NJ 08406
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