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Pay When Paid, Limits and Limitations

By Adam Leitman Bailey and Dov Treiman October 10, 2018 Adam Leitman Bailey and Dov Treiman discuss “Pay-if-Paid” clauses in construction contracts and write: “Like many jurisdictions across the United States, New York outlaws Pay-If-Paid clauses, but, in New York’s case, only indirectly.” Construction projects entail financial risk—risks for the owners of the property, risks  Full Article…


The State of the Business Judgment Rule Appellate Court Rulings By Adam Leitman Bailey

February 2016 By Adam Leitman Bailey The greatest changes in cooperative and condominium law this past year did not come from the legislature or from the courts but from the New York Attorney General’s office (NYAG).  This article will review some of those changes and the most significant appellate cases affecting cooperatives and condominiums. Buyouts  Full Article…


Appellate Division Finds that Condo Board Not Liable For Repairing Newly Constructed Building

On November 8, 2009, the Appellate Division ruled that a building’s developer and not a condominium board shall be responsible for making repairs to a newly constructed building. In Lorne v. 50 Madison Avenue LLC, a unit owner sued the board of directors for failing to remediate a construction defect. A unanimous Appellate Division dismissed  Full Article…