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How a "Yellowstone Injunction" Can Protect Commercial Tenants

If you rent a commercial property, such as a storefront, and your landlord claims you are in violation of your lease, what legal remedies do you have? Specifically, how can you prevent a quick eviction before you even have a chance to remedy or contest the alleged violation? ...

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Blog posts in August, 2015

  • There's No Contract Without a "Meeting of the Minds"

    In order to sue someone for breach of contract, obviously there must be a contract between the parties. While an oral (unwritten) contract may be ...

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  • The Importance of "Best Evidence" in Contract Disputes

    Written contracts are the basis of most business relationships. When a dispute arises between parties to the contract, it is important the original, ...

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  • Where Do I File My Lawsuit in New York?

    Civil litigation is often a daunting prospect for business owners and other litigants who may be confused by the complexity of the New York court ...

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  • When Can a Third Party Sue to Enforce a Contract?

    A simple contract involves two parties. For example, John agrees to sell Mary a lawn mower for $50. But many contracts often implicate third parties. ...

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