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Thomas D. Kearns


Latest News & Developments in Commercial Real Estate Law

Since 2008, we have used our real estate law blog as a way to keep readers informed about the latest developments and news within commercial real estate law. Some of the topics we regularly address include court decisions on disputed commercial real estate transactions, limited liability company law and high-end residential real estate transactions. In addition to informing readers, we make it a priority to provide an in-depth analysis of the topics we discuss.

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Showing 3 posts from May 2013.

Five Year Delay in Foreclosure Cited to Permit Condominium to Obtain a Receiver

Justice Barbara Jaffe in US Bank NA v. Sacher appoints a receiver for a condominium unit on the motion of the condo’s Board of Managers
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My Article on Real Estate Crowdfunding and SEC Advertising Rules in New York Real Estate Journal

The following article, “Get Ready for Real Estate Crowdfunding and More Advertising for Investors” was first published in the May 28th issue of New York Real Estate Journal.
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New York Courts May Grant a Buyout of One 50/50 Member by the Other Despite the Lack of an Express Clause in the LLC Agreement

Even without a buyout clause in the LLC Agreement, or statutory authority, the Second Department reverses Judge Demarest and permits aggrieved LLC Member to pay fair value to cash out a defaulting LLC Member.
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