A Reminder from the New Jersey Appellate Division to Draft Commercial Leases Carefully

Landlords, tenants, and their attorneys understand the importance of drafting robust commercial leases, yet they cannot foresee every eventuality. A recent unpublished opinion from the New Jersey Appellate Division underscores the potential consequences of overlooking contingencies. The Appellate Division partially

What to Know about Use and Occupancy Pendente Lite Under NY Law if Your Commercial Property Is Tied Up in Litigation

If your commercial property becomes tied up in litigation, whether you’re the owner or tenant, you’ll want to know about the temporary rights and remedies available to you while the dispute gets resolved. What does “pendente lite” mean? The legal