Category: Real Property

NYS Law Passed to “Put an End to Airbnb” in NYC; Airbnb has Rushed to Sue for a Preliminary Injunction

–by Carlie Roman Citations:; ; ; Abstract: Last month, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a law that can impose up to $7,500 in fines for advertising illegal short-term apartment rentals in New York City (“NYC”). One common example

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New York Court of Appeals Finds State Thruway Authority not Responsible in Slip-and-Fall Outside Precinct

—by Adam Kuhn Sherman v. N.Y. State Thruway Auth., No. 56, 2016 N.Y. LEXIS 1061 (May 5, 2016). Abstract: The New York Court of Appeals granted summary judgment for the defendant in a personal injury claim for a slip-and-fall. Applying

Posted in Legal Pulse, Real Property, Tort Law

Rigano v. Vibar Const., Inc.

The issue decided in the case is whether a notice of mechanic’s lien can be amended nunc pro tunc to reflect the name of the true owner of the property or whether the misnomer invalidates the lien. George Vigogna (sole

Posted in Article Archive, Civil Practice, Commercial Transactions, Court Watch, New York Court of Appeals, Real Property, Tort Law, Uncategorized

Liberty Affordable Housing Inc. v. Maple Court Apartments

In this appeal, the Fourth Department examined whether the Court of Appeals decision in Rovello v. Orofino Reality Co., which held that under New York Civil Practice Law and Rules 3211(a)(7) “‘summary dismissal is appropriate . . . when the

Posted in Appellate Division, 4th Judicial Department, Article Archive, Civil Practice, Constitutional Law, Court Watch, Real Property

Jones v. Town of Carroll

This appeal addressed the application of Town laws to Plaintiff’s land. In 1984, Plaintiff, Carol Jones (“Jones”), obtained a special use permit from Defendant, the Town of Carroll, allowing her to develop a construction and demolition landfill (“C & D

Posted in Administrative Law, Appellate Division, 4th Judicial Department, Article Archive, Court Watch, Real Property, Zoning and Land Use

Kimso v Ghandi

This appeal addresses a party’s ability to amend a pleading following trial and the full presentation of proof by both parties. Counterclaim plaintiff, Mahesh Gandhi and his two associates formed and held equal one-third interests in three corporations. The corporations

Posted in Article Archive, Business Associations, Civil Practice, Contracts, Court Watch, New York Court of Appeals, Real Property

New York Court of Appeals: Schron v. Troutman Saunders, LLP

The matter before the Court was the result of a number of consolidated cases, but the parties immediately on appeal were SVCare Holdings, LLC and Cammeby’s Equity Holdings, LLC (“Cam Equity”).  The issue centered on two written agreements entered into

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