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CLOSING TIME?

Tenants Reginald and Maria B. had a right to purchase the house in which they lived for $2,500,000. But after their lease expired the landlord’s trustee – Melissa K. – agreed to sell ...
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BUY ME OUT!

When Ann Holdings, LLC, decided to sell its condo unit, the building’s board opted to exercise its right of first refusal, and then assigned that right to MS6TC, LLC, a company whose principal ...
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HOT AND COLD

After Soho 311 Development sold Shane A. a condominium and renovated that property, Shane A. attempted to rescind the deal based on an erroneous property description. While the New York County Supreme ...
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DOWN (WITH THE) PAYMENT?

When Sofia M. made a $32,250 down payment to Marat and Yury G. for the purchase of real property, the deal was subject to the purchaser getting financing. When Sofia and her partners failed to close, ...
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NOT THEIR PROBLEM

When Patricia Agard agreed to sell her property to Garner Bannister, Agard promised that she wouldn’t sell the property to another buyer once the contract was finalized and the renovations, ...
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FIGHTING THE ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA

Caerus’ $38.2M Murray Hill Building Purchase Stymied BY LAUREN ELKIES SCHRAM 4/28 7:30AM 4 East 34th Street (Photo: CoStar). Last summer, Caerus Group signed a $38.2 million contract to purchase ...
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TOE TO TOE?

Revital Realty Group wanted to buy a piece of property from Ulano Corporation. And while their agreement specified that the closing was to take place after "120 days," the document ...
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TALK OF THE TOWN

Even though another broker was listed in the underlying contract of sale, Talk of the Town Realty sued Mario Geneve to recover a commission, because one of the company's brokers--Simon ...
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FLEURY'S FURY

After he purchased a home built by Amedore Homes, Francis Fleury filed a warranty claim for construction defects and agreed to have the matter arbitrated. Apparently, the arbitrator assigned to the ...
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CHECK THIS OUT

Ralph H. Drake, Jr. sued Richard Friedenthal after the latter backed out of a real-estate deal and sold the disputed piece of property to a third party. Because Drake waited too long to start the case ...
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I'M MOVING TO NEBRASKA

LendingTree Reports US Average Down Payment Percentage Falls to 15.73% in Q3 2013 According to a report released by LendingTree, down payment percentages for 30-year fixed rate purchase mortgages ...
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LIVING BY THE AMERICAN RULE

Because Medical Arts-Huntington Realty got into a dispute with 214 Wall Street Associates over a piece of property, and the parties wanted the deal to close, they entered into a "Survival ...
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OPENING UP THE SEA GATE

Svetlana Zelinskaya refused to pay dues and special assessments to Sea Gate Association claiming that she never agreed to pay such charges nor was informed that she was required to do so when she ...
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TOTAL LACK OF INTEREST

J. D'Addario & Company sought to purchase a multi-million dollar commercial property from Embassy Industries. At the time the $650,000 downpayment was made, the parties' contract provided ...
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WEAVING AROUND THE BRUSH

After it discovered petroleum leak contamination on its property, Marist College filed suit against Chazen Environmental Services for breach of contract and negligence, claiming the company had failed ...
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ECONOMY OF WORDS

When Christopher Ross backed out of a deal to purchase a Brooklyn condominium, and sued to get his $47,499 down payment back, the seller insisted that the dispute be arbitrated, as supposedly provided ...
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ROTTERDAM'S RESIDENT ROBBER?

A.G. SCHNEIDERMAN ANNOUNCES ARREST OF FORMER SCHENECTADY BUILDER FOR MORTGAGE FRAUD Angelo Rossi Extradited From Florida On Felony Charges For Stealing Over $640K Schneiderman: My Office Will Go After ...
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THIS DEBATE IS THE REAL DEAL?

THE REAL DEAL Seventh Annual Forum Wednesday, November 16, 2011 3:00 PM Avery Fisher Hall Join our debates on the future of New York City real estate. Is it better to invest in the US or abroad? Billy ...
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TARANTULS' TARANTELLA

After they sold their property to Igor and Nelly Cherkassky, Mark and Rosa Tarantul sued to recover $40,000, which had been held in escrow pending confirmation of a tax abatement. The Cherkasskys ...
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BUGGIN' OUT

After 85-87 Pitt Street, LLC purchased a piece of property from 85-87 Pitt Street Realty Corp., the building reportedly suffered from a "bug infestation." When the purchaser later sued for "fraudulent ...
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NO UNLICENSED "FINDER" FEE

To: Members of REBNY From: Neil B. Garfinkel, REBNY Residential Counsel Date: June 17, 2011 REBNY and Abrams Garfinkel Margolis Bergson, LLP Successfully Submit Amicus Brief in Important New York ...
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A.G. KNOCKS DOWN HOME-IMPROVEMENT COMPANY

A.G. SCHNEIDERMAN SEEKS TO PERMANENTLY SHUT DOWN MONROE COUNTY HOME IMPROVEMENT CONTRACTOR FOR VIOLATING PREVIOUS COURT ORDER Defendant Potentially Faces Permanent Ban From Industry, Jail Time, ...
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DEAD WOMAN SIGNING

When the First National Bank of Nevada started a foreclosure proceeding, the Administratrix of the Estate of Kathy Briggs challenged the validity of the debt and the underlying transaction. While the ...
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DOES REBNY HATE CO-OPS?

Dear Member, A bill, Intro 188, has been introduced in the New York City Council. It would require a timely written decision on a prospective coop purchaser's completed application once it is ...
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NOT INTO BEING MOBILE

Maria Santos gave a $6,000 deposit when she agreed to buy a mobile home. Even though her contract provided that she would later pay an additional $27,000, Santos backed out of the deal and sued to ...
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