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May a Tenant File a Notice of Pendency?

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Dani Schwartz writes: There is presently a putative split between the First and Second Departments as to whether a tenant in a leasehold dispute lacking interest in title to real property may properly file a notice of pendency. The author explores the statutory history and case law to address the question of whether a tenant may do so.

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