New York, an Empire state, has a set of well defined specific real estate laws,
covering diverse aspects like the real estate property laws and the landlord tenant relationships.
New York Real estate property laws include aspects like the
- Homestead protection laws
- Adverse possession laws
- Lease and rental agreement laws
On the other hand, tenant and landlord laws are the civil laws and the limitations,
which include statutes for diverse issues involving them.
Some of them include the following:
- Laws about collection of rents
- Statutes explaining fraud, trespassing, and professional malpractice
- Laws on Injury to a person or personal property