Land lease agreement

I would like lease a parsel of land to a corp. what help can i get to protect my interests in this matter? <p>&nbsp;</p>


Asked almost 8 years ago in New York
Categories: Real Estate  Agricultural & Rural Law

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Reena Gulati

Answer by Reena Gulati

VerifiedNew York lawyer


You must have a lease agreement with the corporation.  The lease can adreess various legal issues including term of lease, payments, liability, use and restrictions on the land.  All of these are important issues and protect you and your property.  If you would like to discuss the specifics please give us a call.  

Posted almost 8 years ago

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Raymond David Marquez

Answer by Raymond David Marquez

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You can make a lease that is required to be recorded in the County Clerk's office or property registrars office. Also, your deed to the property should already be recorded with the County Clerk's office or property registrars office. Recording your deed is intended to protect your property interests and put the world on notice that you are the owner of record.By agreeing to record the lease you will provide further protection. Alternatively, there is a Certificate that can be recorded acknowledging that the property is being occupied under a ground lease. Hope this helps.

Posted almost 8 years ago

R. David Marquez, Esq

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