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When a person or business entity files for bankruptcy, many of that petitioning debtor’s assets will be protected from immediate seizure or other taking by the Bankruptcy Code’s automatic stay provisions. Such provisions enjoin creditors from taking any action to collect debts or repossess property (with certain exceptions), and they come into force at the moment the bankruptcy petition is filed.
By Janice G. Inman
In a case of first impression, and after it decided public policy would not be offended, New York’s Appellate Division, Second Department, decided earlier this year that commercial tenants may contractually waive the right to seek a Yellowstone injunction in 159 MP Corp. v. Redbridge Bedford,
By Peter M. Fass
Part Two of a Two-Part Article
Part One of this article discussed changes affecting real estate including the pass-through business deduction adopted in new §199A of the Tax Act. Part Two expands upon the workings of the pass-through business deduction (pass-through deduction).
By Nicole TK Moore
One of the significant updates to the law is that now, a tenant at an industrial or manufacturing site can, under appropriate circumstances, claim the “bona fide prospective purchaser” defense to Superfund liability and escape strict, joint, and several owner/operator liabilities when leasing previously-contaminated property.
Lease Assignee Can Make Claim that Appears to Concern Only Property’s Owners