• SUPREME COURT, APPELLATE DIVISION, FIRST DEPARTMENT
  • Andrias, J.P., Friedman, DeGrasse, Manzanet-Daniels, Gische, JJ.
8781. IN RE CRP/EXTELL PARCEL I, L.P., pet-ap, v. ANDREW M. CUOMO, IN HIS CAPACITY AS THE ATTORNEY GENERAL FO THE STATE OF NEW YORK res-res — Boies, Schiller & Flexner LLP, Armonk (Edward J. Normand of counsel), for ap — Eric T. Schneiderman, Attorney General, New York (Lewis A. Polishook of counsel), for attorney general, res — Cohen & Coleman, LLP, New York (John A. Coleman, Jr., of counsel), for 3to4, LLC; Parker Bagley and Julie Baker; Bincube Partners; BRSP Realty, LLC; Christopher A. Chang and Maria Wu; Ona Colasante; Melinda Everett and Gerard Milligan; Jessica Faieta; Max Gilani; Kenneth Goodman and Andrea Economos; Kenneth Goodman and Lydia Goodman; Gary Huang and Evelyn Huang; Janice Huff-Dowdy and Warren Dowdy; Gyoo Gwan Kim and Su Jin Kim; Kyung Kim and Henry Myunghwan Kim; Melissa Ko and S. Douglas Hahn; Gail S. Landis and R. Victor Bernstein; Benjamin W. Lau and Judith T. Lau; Gregory Lee; Seung Moh Lee; Haley Lieberman Binn; Diane Lieberman and Lisa Ginsburg; Albert L. Marino and Beth F. Hinnen; Alan Meyers and Evelyn Meyers; Trevor Moran; Marla C. Muns and Kimberly McNesse; Mitchell E. Newman; Hyun Kyu Park and Doja Song; Shirley Romig and Nicholas Romig; Pauline Shender and Alex Shender; Han Soon Yom; and Pil Yoon and Young Yoon, res — Woods Lonergan, LLP, New York (James F. Woods of counsel), for Lola Gusman, res — Derryl Zimmerman, Bronx, for Mark Chu and Nancy Chan, res — Order and judgment (one paper), Supreme Court, New York County (Anil C. Singh, J.), entered January 25, 2012, which, among other things, denied the petition to annul the determinations of respondent Attorney General, directed the release and return of down payments made by respondent purchasers in connection with purchase agreements for condominium units, and dismissed this hybrid CPLR article 78 proceeding/ reformation action, unanimously affirmed, without costs.