Realty Law Digest

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Scott E. Mollen, a partner at Herrick, Feinstein and an adjunct professor at St. John's University School of Law discusses 'Reinhard v. Connaught Tower Corp.,' where a judgment of liability against a co-op board based on second-hand smoke was reversed by the Appellate Division which found that the source of smoke was never identified and the plaintiff only stayed in the apartment occasionally, and 'One Eighteen Housing Development Fund v. Smith,' where a holdover petition failed to state causes of action under two of three lease sections.

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