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Blumberg 55 lease vs LPA's less restrictive lease? by Rochelle on June 11, 2018 @20:16

                              
Has anyone been able to compare the two? The A-55 is touted as the most comprehensive apt lease and I read it's in use in about 1/3 of the apts in NYC. The two LPA leases are also supposed to be very comprehensive and landlord protective. Any thoughts on how these compare?
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Re: Blumberg 55 lease vs LPA's less restrictive lease? by Nicole (PA) on June 12, 2018 @08:43 [ Reply ]
I have never looked at either of the leases you ask about. Get a local lawyer who deals in local landlord tenant cases to prepare a lease for you. Your regional/local landlord association should be able to direct you to an attorney.
Re: Blumberg 55 lease vs LPA's less restrictive lease? by Jack Klein (NY) on June 12, 2018 @16:04 [ Reply ]
My attorney has compared them and the Blumberg is very good especially in apartment buildings in NY City.
Fortunately I am not in NYC.
As far as landlord protection, it is also a little tenant friendly (a side effect of today's liberal sanctuary city political atmosphere)

He recommended to keep using my LPA Lease for my residential properties. It is in plain english and has great detailed landlord protection.
Re: Blumberg 55 lease vs LPA's less restrictive lease? by Drea (IN) on June 13, 2018 @23:19 [ Reply ]
What do yu mean less resrtrictive?
LPA lease is a powerful lease. My atty says its the best.
Re: Blumberg 55 lease vs LPA's less restrictive lease? by dave on June 17, 2018 @11:15 [ Reply ]
blumberg legal forms have been in wide use and well praised for decades. they are also very good at keeping up with revisions. that said, they are a general form lease and housing court judges are VERY FAMILIAR with them and have confidence in each paragraph,.....as do the LL/T lawyers

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