• Features

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

    Steven M. Silverberg

    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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  • Columns & Departments

    Real Property Law

    Deed from One of Several Heirs Void Ab Initio
    Fine Imposed By Association Invalid When Bylaw Amendment Was Not Incorporated Into Declaration
    Seller Entitled to Retain Down Payment Because Purchaser Never Set a Closing Date
    Former Owner Relinquished Rights to Oil and Gas Lease

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  • Columns & Departments

    Development

    NYRE Staff

    Refusal to Approve Summer Camp Triggers RLUIPA
    Site Plan Denial Upheld

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  • Columns & Departments

    Landlord & Tenant Law

    NYRE Staff

    Tenant Not Entitled to Treble Damages Because Overcharge Was Not Willful
    Warranty of Habitability Claim Reinstated
    Tenant Who Never Occupied Premises Cannot Raise Habitability Claim
    Landlord May Not Recover Use and Occupancy for Failure to Restore Premises

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