AREAS OF PRACTICE
Condominium/Board of Managers Representation of Newly Constructed Buildings & Conversions
Leitman Bailey, P.C., continues to be one of the leading law firms in
successfully representing condominium board of managers against
Sponsors/Developers. Whether representing residents of buildings
undergoing construction, newly constructed buildings, or buildings
needing or undergoing repair or renovation, Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C.
has prevailed by obtaining settlements forcing repairs in a timely fashion
and obtaining judgments totaling millions of dollars.
Well experienced in handling groups large and small, whether pre-organized or organized under our guidance, we tap into the power a group presents to maximize benefits for its membership while minimizing expenses per member. The successes achieved though this approach have led to our recognition as one of the leading real estate litigation firms in New York, and have resulted in our AV® Martindale-Hubbell rating and our Super Lawyers ranking. Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. has also been selected into the Registry of Preeminent Lawyers and chosen by Chambers and Partners USA as "One of New York's Leading Real Estate Lawyers."
"... We needed out of the contract ... These attorneys said that there was no way for us to get our money back. With one letter, a few phone calls, you were able to void the contract and obtain my complete down payment back."
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Making New Law, Appellate Division Finds that Condo Board Not Liable For Repairing Newly Constructed Building and finds that Obligation to Repair Remains with Sponsor; Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. Victorious at Trial Level and Appeal
Lorne v. 50 Madison Avenue LLC
The Newly Constructed or Converted Condominium: Obtaining the Home Promised in the Marketing Materials
Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C., Representing Manhattan House Tenant Association Obtains the Following Results
Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. Wins Landmark Victory Using Arcane Federal Law: Judge Rules Condo Deals Come Under Federal Law; a ‘Game Changer’ Decision
The Brompton Condominium
Perseverance Pays Off
Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. Forces Sponsor to Fix Newly Constructed Building and Donate 10 Units to Settle Case
Manhattan Newly Construction Condominium Takes Over Sponsor Controlled Board and Receives $450k + Apartment + Significant Construction Work without Judicial Intervention
Queens Newly Constructed Condominium Receives 900k Including Donation of Apartment to Settle Claims for Complete Repairs to Building