*Update: On November 4, 2019, after coming under heavy fire from New York City’s real-estate industry, the State’s Department of Finance and Taxation issued a new guidance that notably no longer requires LLC sellers and buyers of residential condominium units to disclose the identities of their members.  Several sources following this development conclude this policy

In a landmark decision, the Court of Appeals, New York State’s  highest court, has endorsed a commercial tenant’s waiver of its right to seek a “Yellowstone” injunction, perhaps sounding the ultimate death knell for this common remedy  for commercial tenants who are facing claims of default from their landlords. A Yellowstone injunction enables a tenant

Commercial landlords can now add another item to the already interminable list of risks they face in their capacities as landlords: liability borne from a tenant’s trademark infringement. The notion that a landlord could be vulnerable to legal action for the actions of its tenant runs counter to many people’s understanding of fairness. Nevertheless, commercial

In South Florida where planned communities are common, condominium associations—and homeowners’ associations—are often the norm, not the exception.  Florida Statutes Section 718.103 defines a condominium association as “any entity responsible for the operation of common elements owned in undivided shares by unit owners, any entity which operates or maintains other real property in which unit