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INTO NYC HOUSING TRENDS?

Just Published! Housing NYC: Rents, Markets and Trends 2012 With the latest statistics on owner revenues and costs; economic trends; multifamily mortgages; housing supply changes; and tenant income ...
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DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS!

With all this news coverage about people getting arrested for hanging out in public toilets, we were taken aback by a press release issued by The Soap and Detergent Association. Apparently, during the ...
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WHERE DO YOU PARK YOUR CANOE?

The controversial doctrine of "adverse possession" strikes again! A remnant of the feudal era, this questionably relevant area of law continues to permit a party to assert an ownership claim to ...
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HOW DEPENDABLE IS YOUR CAR?

Last month, J.D. Power and Associates, a global market research firm based in Westlake Village, California, released a report which examined the responses provided by some 47,620 owners of three-year ...
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LAWYERS RATED "LEAST GERMY"

Lawyers, stand up and be proud! According to a report released by The Clorox Company--which just happens to be in the market of selling "disinfecting wipes"--lawyers are among the "least germy" ...
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YOU CAN'T TAKE TITLE TO THIS!

We have received an unprecedented number of calls, letters and e-mails in response to our coverage of Walling v. Pryzbylo, a recent New York State Court of Appeals decision which addressed and ...
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ADVERSE POSSESSION: "LICENSE TO STEAL?"

Adverse possession--staking claim to a property owned by another--has been a topic addressed by prior posts and in the June 2006 issue of our firm's newsletter. Earlier today, the New York State Court ...
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