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Landlord Tenant Law Litigation

Court Finds Rabbinical College Lawsuit Against Village Is Not Ripe for Determination

The Southern District of New York, as part of an unresolved 14-year saga in the Village of Pomona, New York, found that the Plaintiffs, who are seeking to construct a Rabbinical College, had brought an action against the Village that is not ripe for adjudication.

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The Southern District of New York, as part of an unresolved 14-year saga in the Village of Pomona, New York, found that the Plaintiffs, who are seeking to construct a Rabbinical College, had brought an action against the Village that is not ripe for adjudication (No.20-CV6158(KMK), appeal filed Oct. 22, 2021).

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