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Over the past several years, rent-stabilized tenants have turned to Airbnb and similar services to monetize their below-market leases and earn extra income. Landlords seeking to evict such tenants for profiteering have been largely successful. This article examines the state of “Airbnb” jurisprudence to date, focusing on the First Department’s recent 3-2 decision in Goldstein v Lipetz (150 AD3d 562 [1st Dept 2017]).
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By Eamon P. Joyce and Cassandra Liu
This article focuses on a recent decision upholding a pipeline developer’s exercise of eminent domain under New York law in National Fuel Gas Supply Corp. v. Schueckler.
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