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HEAR THIS LION'S ROAR

Lion Pavilion Issues Alert on Undeclared Sulfites in Tasty Peach Slices LION PAVILION LTD. of Maspeth, NY is recalling Tasty Peach Slices because it contains undeclared sulfites. Consumers who have ...
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THEY MISLABELED FISH

Seafood Wholesaler Owners Sentenced in Alabama for Selling Falsely Labeled Fish, Smuggling and Misbranding of Seafood Products On Thursday, Karen L. Blyth and David H. M. Phelps were sentenced in ...
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RUNNING WITH THE LAND

How enforceable are deed related land-use restrictions and do they run in perpetuity? Those were the questions reviewed by the New York State Court of Appeals in 328 Owners Corp. v. 330 W. 86 Oaks ...
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ASSIGNING A COMMERCIAL LEASE

Absent some prohibition or restriction, most contracts -- including commercial leases -- are freely assignable.* As a result, lease forms will typically discourage transfers of all or part of a ...
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CONDO MAY LIMIT LEASING AND SALES

Many purchasers prefer condominiums to cooperatives, because they believe condominiums afford owners greater flexibility to lease or sell their units. But that could not be farther from the truth. ...
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