...defective sidewalk condition from the city to the owner of the real property abutting the sidewalk. The court agreed, finding as documents revealed the city...
In his Zoning and Land Use Planning column, Anthony S. Guardino, a partner with Farrell Fritz, writes that the Third Department found that New York?s Oil, Gas and Solution Mining Law did not preempt
...to preclude American Airlines from asserting an act-of-war defense to property claims arising from the destruction of the World Trade Center by terrorists...
...will or by sufferance' of the Premises pursuant to New York Real Property Law §228." Norman Fishman alleges the following with...
Scott E. Mollen, a partner at Herrick, Feinstein, analyzes recent decisions, including a case where the court found that a reasonable inference may be drawn that defendants' conduct was motivated by
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