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Recently, in Sea Island Food Grp., LLC v. Yaschik Dev. Co., Inc., a South Carolina appellate court affirmed a trial court’s decision that: 1) a landlord had tortiously interfered with a sublease by terminating the master lease after a fire damaged the subject building; and 2) such landlord was liable to the subtenant for punitive damages. See, 433 S.C. 278, 857 S.E.2d 902 (Ct. App. 2021), reh’g denied (May 12, 2021).
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By Alan Nochumson and Clementa Amazan
The Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania recently analyzed whether the City of Philadelphia’s selective reassessment in tax year 2018 of only commercial properties at current market value violated the Uniformity Clause and the Assessment Law’s requirement that the City assess all properties annually at actual market value.
A recent case in New York's First Department highlights the extreme deference appellate courts accord Board of Standards and Appeals (BSA) determinations interpreting the extraordinarily complex zoning scheme.
By Ann E. Ryan and Adrienne B. Koch
First in series of articles that will examine specific aspects of the COVID shift in which commercial lease negotiations are seeking protection against unlikely events. Part 1 focuses on casualty provisions.
By Beau Jones
Before investors get too carried away by the news of recovery in commercial real estate, they should pause to ask themselves, “what are we recovering from?”