In their Landlord/Tenant column, Warren A. Estis, a founding partner at Rosenberg & Estis, and Michael E. Feinstein, a partner at the firm, analyze a recent case where the court was faced with the question of whether a document purporting to be a "net lease" was in fact a lease - thereby providing the "tenant" with standing under Article 7 of the Real Property Actions and Proceedings Law to evict a subtenant in the subject buildings - or was a management agreement, which accorded no such rights.
Is a "Lease" a Lease, or Something Else?
New York Law Journal
October 3, 2012
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