Nativ Winiarsky New York Law Journal Article “Not Everything Is Guaranteed in Landlord-Tenant Guaranties”

Landlords are often insistent on procuring personal or other forms of guaranties when entering into a lease with a tenant. Unfortunately, however, while much time and effort is often spent on securing the form and material terms of the guaranty, landlords and their counsel are well advised to make similar efforts to take the necessary precautionary steps to ensure that the guaranty they worked so hard to acquire can indeed one day be enforced in the event of default by the principal debtor.

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