Housing Litigation

Contesting Relocation Liens: Innocent Landowners Get Burnt

, New York Law Journal

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In their Housing Litigation column, Adam Leitman Bailey and Dov A. Treiman discuss 'Rivera v. HPD,' a decision "stronger on emotion than analysis" where the Court of Appeals "eliminated a building owner's path to determining the validity of liens placed against its building in relocating the building's tenants when the building became the subject of vacate order."

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