Robert Roth’s Answers

Robert Roth

Brooklyn Real Estate Attorney.

Contributor Level 8
  1. NY DUI laws, probable cause

    Answered almost 6 years ago.

    1. Oscar Michelen
    2. Robert Roth
    3. Matthew Jay Weiss
    4. Michael William Brosnan
    5 lawyer answers

    You need to do everything you can to avoid two additional convictions. Three convictions for DWI within a year is a circumstance unlikely to make even the most lenient judge show mercy. I would recommend getting counsel to defend you and getting help with your drinking.

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  2. Real estate listing agreement terms and condition, owner's liability when the listing agreement terminated

    Answered almost 6 years ago.

    1. Bruce A. Ikefugi
    2. Robert Roth
    2 lawyer answers

    I have seen many different brokerage agreements over the years and I would never try and advise on one without reading it in full.

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  3. Commercial landlord tenant law NY state, tenant's right to landlord refusing consent of business sale

    Answered almost 6 years ago.

    1. Robert Roth
    2. Eduardo A. Fajardo
    2 lawyer answers

    It is impossible for a lawyer to advise on a lease without reading it. That said, very often a lease will contain a prohibition against assignment or subleasing without the landlord's consent. The key is whether or not that consent can be reasonably or unreasonably withheld. Take the lease to an attorney who specializes in this area.

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  4. Sponsorship of non u.s. citizen wife's citizenship, USCIS

    Answered almost 6 years ago.

    1. Robert Roth
    2. Michael E Hendrickson
    3. Thuong-Tri Nguyen
    3 lawyer answers

    Congratulations on your engagement! When you get married, assuming that is in the United States, see an immigration attorney who will file a petition for adjustment of status to change your wife's status to lawful permanent resident.

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  5. Lawyer with Mental Illness

    Answered over 6 years ago.

    1. Lawrence Neil Rogak
    2. Robert Roth
    3. Robert S. McKay
    4. Paul D Friedman
    4 lawyer answers

    The question of whether or not a New York attorney should be allowed to continue to practice law is determined by the Grievance Committees of each of the Appellate Divisions of the Supreme Court. Information on the Grievance Committee for your area (Nassau and Suffolk County) is available at the link below.

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  6. Can I be bumped from a flight when I travel with children?

    Answered almost 6 years ago.

    1. Robert Roth
    1 lawyer answer

    I am not sure I fully understand your question. Do you believe that you were Involuntarily Denied Boarding (what is commonly called "bumped") solely because you have two children? That seems odd. Airlines are required to file with the U.S. Department of Transportation their Denied Boarding Priority list (see link below). These lists are also available for you to read on the airline's website typically in the section marked "Conditions of Carriage." GENERALLY SPEAKING, the lower you...

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  7. Regardomg real estate inheritance

    Answered over 5 years ago.

    1. Rudolf J. Karvay
    2. Robert Roth
    3. Paul H Begemann
    3 lawyer answers

    Merely because a property is vacant does not necessarily mean the owner is dead or even that there is no owner. (You aren't talking about the place opposite Two Boots, are you?) Go to the website of the NYC Department of Finance at the link below. Then find out the BLOCK and LOT number corresponding to the address. Then, click on the second like below and find out if anyone is paying the Real Estate Taxes on the property. If there is someone paying those taxes, contact him and find...

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  8. AVO 3rd and other tickets.

    Answered over 5 years ago.

    1. Matthew Jay Weiss
    2. Robert Roth
    2 lawyer answers

    I know Mr. Weiss. He is among the top people at what he does and he is quite thorough. If he has made you such a gracious and generous offer, do two things, please: Go and see him, and Say nice things about lawyers.

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  9. What is the procedure for a policeman to provide his credentials if he intends to identify himself as a police officer

    Answered over 5 years ago.

    1. Oscar Michelen
    2. Robert Roth
    3. James Martin Brown
    3 lawyer answers

    Most NYPD officers simply show their badges ("shields" is the local term. On occasion they may also display their photo identification cards. Your last question is pregnant with the story you are not telling us which I wonder whether it concerns an arrest. If so, in the hypothetical situation where a police officer who has just witnessed the commission of a felony in his presence, announces himself as "police" without displaying a badge, if that's your only objection, it's still a valid...

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  10. E-mail offers

    Answered over 6 years ago.

    1. Elizabeth Rankin Powell
    2. Brian J. Passante
    3. Robert Roth
    3 lawyer answers

    It is impossible for a lawyer to interpret any legal document--including an e-mail--without reading it. Many careful attorneys make sure that offers can only be accepted by handwritten signature on a separate document but what is in your offer, only you know.

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