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Commercial Landlord Can Waive “No-Waiver” Clause In Lease

Commercial leases typically contain a “no-waiver” clause that provides, among other things, that no payment by the tenant of less than the full monthly rent shall constitute a waiver of the right of the landlord to collect the full rent amount, and that the receipt by the landlord of rent with knowledge of the tenant’s [...]

December 12th, 2016|Newsletter|

Appellate Division Reinforces The Risks Of Filing A Defective Notice Of Pendency

Under CPLR § 6501, a party to an action may file a notice of pendency if the judgment she demands “would affect the title to, or the possession, use or enjoyment of, real property.” The filing of the notice constitutes constructive notice to future purchasers and lenders who are “bound by all proceedings taken [...]

October 13th, 2016|Newsletter|