Administrative Agency Litigation

Administrative Agency Litigation

Sperber Denenberg & Kahan, P.C. is one of the most successful and respected law firms specializing in NYC Real Estate Administrative Agency Litigation.

Many local, state and federal government agencies regulate matters pertaining to NYC Real Estate Law and Landlord-Tenant Law. Parties affected by the actions of these agencies have the right to an agency hearing. Litigating with a local, state, or federal governmental agency is a complex process.

Our attorneys have a thorough understanding of these government agencies, and represent clients who are adversely affected by government action and regulation, both in the courts and in contested administrative hearings.

We represent commercial and residential clients in NY Real Estate Administrative Agency Litigation for real property located in Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, and Queens.

US Administrative Agency Litigation

The US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is a US federal government agency that regulates or influences commercial and residential real estate transactions, financing, contracts and/or disputes.

Call on Sperber Denenberg & Kahan, P.C. when you need experience litigating NY real estate matters with US administrative and governmental agencies.

NY State Administrative Agency Litigation

The New York State Division of Housing and Community Renewal (DHCR) is an agency of the NY State government that is responsible for the supervision, maintenance and development of affordable low- and moderate-income housing in New York State. As such, it regulates rent controlled and rent stabilized housing, and therefore influences related landlord-tenant matters and/or disputes.

Litigating NY real estate matters with NY State administrative and governmental agencies is one of Sperber Denenberg & Kahan, P.C.'s areas of experience

NYC Administrative Agency Litigation

A number of NY City government agencies regulate or influence commercial and residential real estate transactions, financing, contracts and/or disputes.
  • New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD): protects the existing housing stock and expands housing options for New Yorkers as it strives to improve the availability, affordability, and quality of housing in New York City.

  • New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP): responsible for New York City's environment, and therefore regulates air quality, water supply, hazardous waste, and quality of life issues including noise.

  • New York City Loft Board: regulates the legal conversion of certain lofts from commercial/manufacturing use to residential use.

  • New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC): responsible for identifying and designating NYC landmarks and the buildings in the City's historic districts; regulates changes to designated buildings.

Sperber Denenberg & Kahan, P.C. are experienced in litigating NYC real estate and landlord-tenant matters with NY City administrative and governmental agencies.
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