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So you thought you needed permission from your neighbor to swing that crane over his property? Well maybe you did, or maybe you didn’t. Read More
May 8, 2008
What is the Landlord's obligation to minimize its losses after its tenant has breached a commercial lease? Is a Landlord required to find a new tenant to replace the former one before it is entitled to damages for the former tenant's breach? Read More
A breach of a "time is of the essence" clause in an agreement of purchase and sale can have dire consequences on a purchase and sale transaction, even for late delivery of a deposit. This issue is explored in greater detail in the attached article, "Don't be Late for a Very Important Date!", written by Leor Margulies and Barbara Green and presented at the November 2005 Law Society Six Minute Real Estate Lawyer. Read More
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