Law is a rich source of knowledge and deals with the larger issue of equality, fairness and justice. Land laws forms the basis for most kind of property law and is most complex.It requires years of practice, along with a good understanding of the complexities of law. Eric Gonchar has been practicing real estate laws exclusively, for over 25 years in New York.
He is most capable of handing various facets of real estate laws.Its scope being very vast, it encompasses:-
1. Institutional Lending.
2. Transactional Work
3. Secured and unsecured lending.
4. Representing co-operatives and condominiums
5. Acquisition laws
6. Laws related to commercial, retail, industrial, hotels and multi-family properties.
While handling clients such as the co-operatives and condominiums –
1.He has to advise the boards on the changes in by-laws and house rules. He is in constant touch with the civil authorities for this.
2.Eric P. Gonchar represents the board while drawing out contracts for their contractors and vendors supplying building material. The nuisances dwelled into, to avoid any kind of default, which can put the entire project into jeopardy.
3.His advice is sought on the use of common space area and the income derive3d from it thereafter.
4.Resolve disputes arising out of differences in interpretation of various spaces, construction defects, and default by sponsors or unit owners.
5.Disputes arising out of delay in deliver of units and penalties etc.
The above, can safely be termed as effective board advisory service, in which Eric Gonchar attorney is exceedingly proficient .Probably that is the reason for his long standing relationship with his clients. He is seen as a man in command of the situation, and on ‘top of things’. Effective and efficient, pre-empting and taking precautionary measures to protect the interest of the board that he represents. The board is kept well informed of any legal developments, so that effective measures can be initiated at the earliest.
Above all, the gentlemen takes so much pride in his work and practice and has spent many years, honing his skills. He is regarded by the real estate community as one of the city’s most accomplished transactional attorneys. Clients enjoy his personal, easily accessible, expert and cost effective advise, along with a fresh and direct approach. No wonder, then, that he has had the privilege of been voted as one of New York’s “Super Lawyers”.
Marriage and the family are central in the Islamic system of life. Islam recognizes the religious virtue, the social necessity, and the moral advantages of marriage. There are many sayings by Prophet Muhammad (Peace andBlessings be upon him) which go as far as to state that when a Muslim marries, he has thereby perfected half his faith. As marriage is a religious duty, moral safeguard, and social commitment, it must be fulfilled. But like all other duties in Islam, it is enjoined only upon those who are capable of meeting the responsibilities involved. Islam views marriage as a strong bond and a challenging commitment. It is a commitment to life itself, to society, and to the dignified and meaningful survival of the human race. It is a commitment that married partners make to one another as well as to Allâh. It is the kind of commitment in which they find mutual fulfillment and self-realization, love and peace, compassion and serenity, as well as comfort and hope. Even at the most trying times of married life, and in the midst of legal disputes and litigation, the Qurân reminds of God’s law to the partners; it commands them to be kind to one another, truly charitable toward one another, and above all to be dutiful to God. Islam regards marriage to be the normal, natural course for women just as it is for men.
"And among His Signs is this, that He created for you mates from among yourselves, that ye may dwell intranquility with them, and He has put love and mercy between your (hearts): verily in that are Signs for those who reflect. " [The Qurân Ch: 30 Al-Rum, V: 21]
Eric woke with the sound of a siren in his head. He could almost hear the blue-red splashes of light, his eyes still bleary. The sirens were from the streets and Eric walked slowly to his window. People were screaming and running east, trampling one another, running over cars, pushing children down. A dog was thrown up in the air and it landed in front of a speeding two-wheeler. The rider swerved and crashed into the bakery below Eric’s apartment. That’s when the electricity went. Eric kept his eye on the sun, as it turned an ugly shade of purple.