Glambosky On Webcast Concerning NY Court of Appeals’ HSTPA Rulings on Retroactivity

April 20, 2020 | Real Estate, Zoning & Land Use | Commercial Litigation | Construction

Erez Glambosky was recently interviewed for a webcast concerning the impact of a New York State Court of Appeals rulings.

Earlier this month the New York Court of Appeals ruled in four separate cases that with regard to the retroactive application of the Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act (HSTPA) of 2019, “the overcharge calculation amendments cannot be applied retroactively to overcharges that occurred prior to their enactment.”  The four cases are Regina Metropolitan Co., LLC v. DHCR; Raden v. W7879, LLC;  Taylor v. 72A Realty Associates, L.P.; and Reich v. Belnord Partners, LLC.

Erez provided his expert opinion on the impact these decisions would have on the rental housing industry in New York. Click here to view.

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