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Appellate Division Rules on Commercial Leasing

When Sympathy Trumps Contractual Rights By Adam Leitman Bailey January 2012 Many times, cooperatives and condominiums have commercial retail spaces connected to or below their building. These are immensely valuable as a result of the income generated by these stores and restaurants. Ergo, the importance of a new decision from the Appellate Division. Two decades  Full Article…

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Recording: The Boundaries of the Whole World

By Adam Leitman Bailey, Dov Treiman and Jackie Halpern Weinstein Basic to any lawyer’s understanding of the recording statutes,1 is the concept that the proper recording of an instrument in recordable form places “the whole world” on notice of the interest claimed in the recorded instrument.2 In a July 2011 Supreme Court decision from Brooklyn,  Full Article…

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Q & A: When Access to Utilities Is Limited

By JAY ROMANO Published: June 8, 2003 Q. I rent the second-floor apartment of a two-family house. Both apartments are rented and the landlord lives out of state and has no registered agent for the property. The gas and electric meters, together with the electrical panels for both apartments, are on a side of the  Full Article…

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