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Property Law and Real Estate

Touro Law Review

New York

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Due Process Supreme Court Rockland County Jul 2019

Due Process Supreme Court Rockland County

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Paddling In Mr. Potter's Backyard: Navigating New York's Navigable-In-Fact Doctrine, Matthew Ingber Jan 2016

Paddling In Mr. Potter's Backyard: Navigating New York's Navigable-In-Fact Doctrine, Matthew Ingber

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A Modern Guide To The Modifications Of The Rule Against Perpetuities In New York, Kyle G. Durante Jan 2016

A Modern Guide To The Modifications Of The Rule Against Perpetuities In New York, Kyle G. Durante

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Supreme Court 2002 Term - The Property Cases: Iolta, Qui Tam Actions, And Punitive Damages, Leon D. Lazer Dec 2014

Supreme Court 2002 Term - The Property Cases: Iolta, Qui Tam Actions, And Punitive Damages, Leon D. Lazer

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Court Of Appeals Of New York, Consumers Union Of United States, Inc. V. New York, Daphne Vlcek Nov 2014

Court Of Appeals Of New York, Consumers Union Of United States, Inc. V. New York, Daphne Vlcek

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Court Of Appeals Of New York, Harner V. County Of Tioga, Gerald C. Waters Jr. Nov 2014

Court Of Appeals Of New York, Harner V. County Of Tioga, Gerald C. Waters Jr.

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The Eastside Exhibition Rule: The De Minimis Exception For Trifles And Trivialities In Partial Actual Evicition Cases In New York, Stephen L. Ukeiley Oct 2013

The Eastside Exhibition Rule: The De Minimis Exception For Trifles And Trivialities In Partial Actual Evicition Cases In New York, Stephen L. Ukeiley

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Repulsed By Rap? Renewal Options Are Singing A Different Tune: An Analysis Of Bleecker Street Tenants Corp. V. Bleeker Jones, Llc, Jonathan M. Vecchi May 2013

Repulsed By Rap? Renewal Options Are Singing A Different Tune: An Analysis Of Bleecker Street Tenants Corp. V. Bleeker Jones, Llc, Jonathan M. Vecchi

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