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Gary J. Wachtel, Esq. - New York, NY

450 Seventh Avenue Suite 1905 New York, NY 10123- 1990

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Updated: 02/26/2019

New York Real Estate Law Firm


Welcome to the law offices of Gary J. Wachtel, Esq., an attorney and litigator providing consummate representation in landlord and tenant litigation, real estate litigation and transactions, commercial litigation and business law, Yellow Stone Injunctions, real estate brokerage commissions, consumer law and bankruptcy for over 25 years to tenants, businesses, homeowners, commercial landlords, real estate management companies, and residential landlords in New York City, NY and worldwide. He repr ...

About Gary J. Wachtel, Esq.

Practice Areas

  • Real Estate Law
  • Business Litigation
  • Business Transactions
  • Commercial Landlord Holdover and Nonpayment Proceedings
  • Commercial Landlord Yellowstone Injunctions
  • Commercial Real Estate Transactions
  • Consumer Protection
  • Injunctive Relief & Declaratory Judgment Actions
  • Landlord/Tenant Litigation
  • Real Estate Litigation
  • Residential Landlord Rights
  • Residential Real Estate Transactions




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450 Seventh Avenue Suite 1905 New York, NY 10123- 1990


  • (212) 371-7722

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