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You have a right to refuse to sell your home...sometimes

As a homeowner ready to sell your home, you want to make sure your home goes into good hands. One thing you may want to know is if you can legally refuse to sell your home to a willing buyer. You can, but there are times when your refusal may break the law.

You can stop nuisances from affecting your property

No one likes to live next to a neighbor who is bothersome or who causes trouble for them. Maybe the neighbor is too loud, or perhaps he has started to infringe on your property boundaries. Whatever is happening, if you have a neighbor who you have a dispute with, you can take legal action to help stop it early.

Getting the right lease takes time and negotiation

If you're ready to open a business, you're probably in the market for some commercial real estate. Finding the right lease is important, and knowing that it works for you without putting strain on you is key.

Yes, you can negotiate a commercial lease

When you want to rent commercial real estate, you need to understand how to negotiate a lease. Commercial leases do not have a standard agreement, so it's a good idea to have your attorney look over any agreement you want to sign. Additionally, you may be able to get a number of concessions from the landlord if you take the time to negotiate the lease.

Are you the victim of landlord retaliation?

As one of the world’s largest cities, New York is a complicated and expensive place to own a home, leading most residents of the city to rent their living space. Unfortunately, the fiercely competitive housing market often makes for unnecessarily combative relationships between landlords and tenants.

Mediation and arbitration help you resolve real estate disputes

You want to be a good neighbor. You live in a populated area, and you paid a good amount of money for your home. Your neighbor is bothering you, though. He has started to encroach on your yard with his trees and shrubs, and he's playing music so loud you can't concentrate.

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