In collaboration with the Cornell Legal Research Clinic, we can now offer a New York specific checklist, glossary of terms and sample clauses so that you can be informed before you sign.
Small businesses can lose money, or equipment, or face unexpected difficulties due to their lease terms. The lease offered to you by a potential landlord is likely to favor their rights over yours. Don’t just sign it! Take it home, read it thoroughly, and go through the materials on this page to see if you should ask for changes.
If you need to, contact an attorney to review the contract with you.
If you have a legal research question, the Cornell Legal Research Clinic may be able to help you.
In what is hopefully only the beginning for successful fundraising, Civil Advocacy Project is hosting a Wizarding Weekend Divination Celebration in Ithaca, New York. We are excited to join in a fun Halloween tradition, celebrating the talents of a certain young wizard with a scar on his forehead. And giving us lots of opportunity for dressing up, eating candy, and raising money for a good cause.
Every dollar raised at the Divination Celebration will go to support Civil Advocacy Project’s activity in the area. I hope to see you all there!
Civil Advocacy Project is able to provide micro-entrepreneurship assistance to indigent New Yorkers. We are off to a great start in New York State, and look forward to providing many years of service there.
Civil Advocacy Projects provides legal advocacy in the public interest, and for income-qualified individuals, on a sliding scale basis.