I am originally from New York but attended college at beautiful Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. When I try to explain to my friends from Indiana what I do for a living there is usually a disconnect - they simply cannot understand why the landlord-tenant relationship is so complicated ...
Category: Commercial Leasing
June 10, 2012Joshua C. Price
There has been a rule in place in New York from the beginning of its jurisprudence and it goes something like this - when a landlord resumes possession of what was a portion of the tenant's leased space the tenant has been actually evicted from a portion of the leased ...
May 30, 2012Joshua C. Price
The Appellate Division, First Department has affirmed its belief that a commercial tenant will be entitled to a Yellowstone Injunction even when it is logistically impossible for the commercial tenant to cure the alleged violations of the lease within the time afforded by the notice to ...
April 14, 2012Joshua C. Price
A recent case from the Appellate Division, First Department has affirmed a principle of law - when a landlord withdraws a notice to cure that withdrawal is not an adjudication of the merits of the allegations stated in the notice to cure. BLT Steak, LLC v. 57th St. Dorchester, ...
March 23, 2012Joshua C. Price