New York Law Journal: Realty Law

October 21, 2015

In his weekly Realty Law Digest column (subscription required), Scott Mollen analyzes two cases. In Faison v. Lewis, the Court of Appeals addressed the issue of whether a plaintiff's claim, which sought to set aside and cancel a defendant bank's mortgage on the grounds that the money had been lent in reliance on a forged deed, was time-barred. In Howard Avenue Development v. Richardson, the court found that the subject license agreement provisions were akin to a lease.