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- Limits on Lender's "Sole Discretion"
- When Art Meets Building: A Primer on the Visual Artists Rights Act
- Sellers: Beware of Inequitable Conduct
- Retail Leases in Condominium Buildings
- Rating Agency Perspective on LLC Law
- Update on Using Delaware LLC's vs. NY LLC's
- Delaware Chancery Court Holds LLC Member Waived Right to Judicial Dissolution Under LLC Act Section 18-802
- My Article on Top 2013 Legal Developments Affecting the Real Estate Industry in New York Real Estate Journal
- Top 5 Legal Issues in LLC Agreements for Crowdfunders
- Why Property Owners Elect to Ground Lease
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Moody’s hits a borrower with a “credit negative” if the borrower is organized in a state other than Delaware. Read More ›
Below is my latest update of my original Client Alert comparing the Delaware and New York laws governing LLCs. This latest update discusses the recent Huatuco opinion in Delaware and discusses the well-established Delaware opinion protocols for larger real estate loans. Read More ›
Delaware Chancery Court Holds LLC Member Waived Right to Judicial Dissolution Under LLC Act Section 18-802
Vice Chancellor Glasscock, in Huatuco v. Satellite Healthcare, determines that a reference to the rights of the members being solely determined by the LLC Agreement impliedly waives the right of a member to seek judicial dissolution. Read More ›
As real estate crowdfunding efforts start, attention will no doubt be paid to the terms of the LLC agreement governing each investment. This article, first published in the November 26th issue of New York Real Estate Journal, highlights a few key issues and notes that the crowdfunding websites should consider imposing standards. Read More ›
Landowners use ground leases to keep property in the family despite the complications. Read More ›