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Buyer Beware - Following A Section 363 Sale And Lease Rejection, Debtor's Tenant May Have Right To Retain Leasehold And Reduced Rent
In IDEA Boardwalk, LLC v. Revel Entertainment Group, LLC; Polo North Country Club, Inc. (In re Revel AC Inc.), No. 17-3607 (3d Cir. Nov. 30, 2018),
United States
5 Feb 2019
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The Gold Rush Of NJ Cannabis Leasing - Avoiding A Few Traps For The Unwary
It has now been over a month since the pell-mell months of July and August, when we had 13 leases, two options and multiple letters of intent to negotiate, finalize, execute or terminate for various clients ...
United States
22 Oct 2018
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U.S. Trustee To Marijuana Businesses: "NIMBC" - Not In My Bankruptcy Court
On June 8, 2017, Clifford J. White III, director of the U.S. Trustee Program, proclaimed before a congressional subcommittee that "debtors with assets or income derived from marijuana may not proceed...
United States
6 Jul 2017
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Waterfront Restaurant Loses Eviction Trial
The owners of Sinbad's spent last week in San Francisco Superior Court. They have been in an ongoing battle to keep their 40 year old bay-front restaurant afloat.
United States
13 Aug 2015
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Waterfront Restaurant Fights For Its Life In Court
With a dining room view from the Bay Bridge to Treasure Island, Sinbad's has been a classic San Francisco establishment for locals and tourists alike for 40 years.
United States
21 Jul 2015
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Massachusetts Appeals Court Invalidates Mechanic's Liens Against Condo Common Areas
A Massachusetts Appeals Court decision last month portends far-ranging implications for the construction industry.
United States
16 Jan 2012
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Arbitration Is Exclusive Remedy For Displeased New-Home Warranty Claimants, Per N.J. Appellate Division
In Frumer v. National Home Insurance Company, the New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division, held that arbitration was the exclusive remedy available to plaintiffs, pursuant to the terms of the plaintiffs' new-home buyer's warranty.
United States
25 May 2011
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When Is Defective Construction Work Sufficiently "Unsafe" For N.J. Statute of Repose's Protection Of Defendants?
New Jersey's statute of repose (the "Statute") precludes claims arising from the "defective and unsafe" condition of an improvement to real property that are asserted more than 10 years after construction of the improvement.
United States
25 May 2011
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Illinois Supreme Court Clarifies Rights Of Lenders And Mechanics Lien Claimants To Proceeds Of Foreclosure Sale
The Illinois Supreme Court has issued an opinion—in LaSalle Bank v. Cypress Creek 1, LP 1—clarifying the relative priorities of a lender and mechanics lien claimants to the proceeds of a foreclosure sale where the lender’s mortgage was recorded before the mechanics liens attached.
United States
20 Mar 2011
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Economic Loss In New York Construction Litigation
The economic loss doctrine preserves the basic distinction between tort and contract in construction litigation.
United States
12 Mar 2011
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Anatomy of a Jury Instruction in Construction Litigation: Distilling the Complex into Plain Language for Compelling and Effective Charges - Part 2
As mentioned above, Utah very recently issued a model set of jury instructions, including those specifically dealing with many construction issues encountered in that state. There were a number of charges identified with specific reference to Utah case law discussing these principles.
United States
2 Mar 2011
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Anatomy of a Jury Instruction in Construction Litigation: Distilling the Complex into Plain Language for Compelling and Effective Charges - Part 1
For those construction cases suited to presentation before a jury, along with the benefits associated with having the matter decided before a jury of laypersons, a significant distinguishing feature must be considered at the outset.
United States
2 Mar 2011
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Expanded 1099 Reporting for Rental Property Owners
The recently enacted Small Business Jobs Act of 2010 ("SBA") includes a wide range of tax breaks and incentives for small businesses, along with various revenue raisers to offset these same incentives.
United States
18 Jan 2011
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Expanded 1099 Reporting for Rental Property Owners
The recently enacted Small Business Jobs Act of 2010 ("SBA") includes a wide range of tax breaks and incentives for small businesses, along with various revenue raisers to offset these same incentives. One SBA provision in particular has seemingly gone unnoticed by taxpayers.
United States
3 Dec 2010
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Contractor Beware: That "Flow-Down Clause" May Not Flow as Far as You Think
In "Wonder Works Construction Corp. v. R.C. Dolner, Inc.", a prime contractor ("Dolner") which attempted to force its subcontractor ("Wonder Works") to arbitrate claims between them on the basis of a broad incorporation by reference of the prime contract's terms—which included an arbitration provision—was prevented from doing so where the subcontract contained no arbitration provision and no express incorporation of the owner-contractor arbitration clause, and where the prime contract itself was
United States
2 Nov 2010
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Eminent-Domain Reform Bill Advances in New Jersey State Senate, But Does Not Take a Big Leap
On October 7, 2010, the New Jersey Senate's Community and Urban Affairs Committee approved S-1451, a bill intended to give property owners greater rights in condemnation cases and redevelopment projects (the "Bill").
United States
25 Oct 2010
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Florida District Court Ruling on Condo Buyers' Deposits Opens Door for Canceled Contracts and Refunds
On March 30, 2010, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida—in "Double AA International Investment Group, Inc. v. Swire Pacific Holdings, Inc." —held that a condominium-unit purchaser may rescind its contract as a result of the developer's failure to hold deposits in excess of 10 percent of the purchase price in an escrow account separate from the escrow account in which the initial 10-percent deposit was held, as mandated by Florida Statutes.
United States
28 Apr 2010
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In New Jersey, A Property Owner May Recover Consequential Business Losses For A Temporary Taking
On August 27, 2009, the New Jersey Appellate Division, in “State of New Jersey, by the Commissioner of Transportation v. Arifee, et al.”, upheld a trial court decision, dismissing the condemnation complaint of the Commissioner of Transportation, for failure to conduct bona fide negotiations.
United States
1 Sep 2009
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What’s In Your Condemnation Clause?
What does the “condemnation clause” in your mortgage say? If you do not know, you are not alone. After all, the chances of a property being condemned and the condemnation clause coming into effect are slim.
United States
 
13 Aug 2009
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New Jersey Adopts Law Permitting Conversion Of Age-Restricted Housing Units To Non-Age-Restricted Housing Units And Modifies Laws Concerning Affordable Housing
On July 2, 2009, N.J. Gov. Jon Corzine enacted S-2577 (sponsored by Sen. Paul Sarlo, Sen. Joseph Vitale, assemblymen Louis Greenwald and Joseph Malone, and assemblywoman Nilsa Cruz-Perez), which allows for the conversion of certain age-restricted housing developments to non-age-restricted housing developments, under certain circumstances, and makes several modifications to current laws governing the provision of affordable housing.
United States
9 Jul 2009
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