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The potential regulatory impact on real estate transactions cannot be overstated. The success of leasing or purchasing real property hinges on a thorough understanding of regulatory intricacies. The Danow Group recognizes the importance of preemptive measures to ensure that properties align seamlessly with planned uses and meet regulatory requirements.
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Real Estate Overview

Due Diligence for Planned Use

  • Guidance on assessing the suitability of a property for intended use before entering into a lease or purchase, such as limitations imposed by certificates of occupancy on the approved use of the property.
  • Identification and navigation of potential obstacles, such as proximity restrictions to schools or places of worship or restrictive covenants impacting property use.

Leases and Other Transactions

  • Drafting and negotiating commercial leases for tenants seeking to operate a regulated business
  • Advice to landlords that wish to lease to such tenants.
  • Assistance in navigating standard lease clauses that may pose challenges for licensed entities.
  • Advice on regulatory impact of proposed commercial lease or real estate purchase.

Liquor and Cannabis License Considerations

  • Evaluation of license availability based on location, with insights into potential limitations and restrictions.
  • Strategies to make clauses subject to regulatory agency approval, especially those related to new licenses, relocation or alterations within the rented space.

The Danow Group is ready to assist and advise on how regulatory requirements may shape your lease agreement negotiations and other real-estate transactions. Our experience helps ensure your goals are both achievable and consistent with regulatory and licensing requirements.

Latest News

Stay informed on the critical current issues related to Real Estate Law

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New York Bar

New Laws Come With The New Budget

Several new alcoholic beverage control laws were included in the new Budget.  These changes are intended to speed up the application process and to give the State Liquor Authority more flexibility to grant licenses and permits. 

Wine and Spirits

Wine and Spirits Labeled as Organic

Because a growing number of consumers believe there is an advantage to purchasing organic products, the United States Department of Agriculture (“USDA”) is concentrating on eliminating food and beverages improperly labeled as organic.  The USDA National Organic Program (“NOP”) published its final rule entitled “Strengthening Organic Enforcement (“SOE”).  This rule will be implemented as of […]

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