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In re Arts des Provinces de France, Inc.
May 11, 2009
153 B.R. 144 (Bankr. S.D.N.Y. 1993)
In this Chapter 11 bankruptcy case, creditor was permitted to file late notice of claim because debtor had improperly served bar date notice.
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The “F” Word – the NYS Legislature Takes a Stab at Defining “Fraud” in the Rent Stabilization Context, But in So Doing, Raises More Questions Than It Provides Answers
Recovery of Use and Occupancy in Summary Proceedings
When tenant-lawyers pull the trigger on litigation too quickly they can derail their client’s housing goals.
Enforcement of (and Defense Against) Good Guy Guaranties: Raising Tenant Defenses in a Guarantor Action
If you wait by the river long enough…$450K Buyout for Tenant with No Litigation
Commercial Landlord and Tenant