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Olga Someras’s Legal Cases

7 total

  • Villafane v. New York State Div. of Housing and Community Renewal

    Practice Area:
    Landlord & Tenant
    Date:
    Jul 17, 2009
    Outcome:
    (not available)
    Description:
    (not available)
  • Verdejo v. North Shore Assocs.

    Practice Area:
    Landlord & Tenant
    Date:
    Apr 27, 2009
    Outcome:
    Conspiracy and fraud case by Tenant dismissed
    Description:
    (not available)
  • In the matter of David Ebanks v. Skyline NYC, LLC & Dept of Housing Preservation and Development

    Practice Area:
    Appeals
    Date:
    Feb 16, 2010
    Outcome:
    App Div ruled in favor of Respondent-Landlord
    Description:
    Appellate Term properly concluded that the Civil Court was not authorized, under the circumstances, to permit service of the order to show cause and petition by regular first-class mail, with certificate of mailing. Order of the Civil Court granting owner's motion to vacate the judgment and dismiss the petition was properly reversed.
  • In the matter of Glenn P. Glenn v. Ken Maple LLC and Dep't of Hous. Pres. and Dev.

    Practice Area:
    Landlord & Tenant
    Date:
    Feb 16, 2010
    Outcome:
    App Div ruled in favor of Respondent-Landlord
    Description:
    Appellate Term properly concluded that the Civil Court was not authorized, under the circumstances, to permit service of the order to show cause and petition by regular first-class mail, with certificate of mailing. Order of the Civil Court granting owner's motion to vacate the judgment and dismiss the petition was properly reversed.
  • North Town Roosevelt, LLC v. Lloyd

    Practice Area:
    Landlord & Tenant
    Outcome:
    Tenant's appeal of judgment after trial denied
    Description:
    Civil Court properly resolved the rent issues litigated below, appropriately rejecting the tenant's unsubstantiated assertion that landlord, through its (vaguely identified) agents, agreed to reduce or “waive” the rental amount reserved in the governing lease agreement. Tenant's present challenge to the validity of the lease agreement, raised for the first time on appeal, is not properly considered.
  • Matter of Washington 921 Ltd Partnership v. NYS Division of Housing and Community Renewal

    Practice Area:
    Administrative Law
    Date:
    Sep 23, 2010
    Outcome:
    Petitioner-Landlord prevails; matter remanded to DHCR
    Description:
    Agency Use of Default Formula for Base RentUnchallenged for Four Years Ruled Irrational
  • NY Spot Inc. v. 442 West 22nd Street

    Practice Area:
    Real Estate
    Date:
    Dec 01, 2010
    Outcome:
    Defendant's motion for summary judgment granted; Plaintiff's mistakes of law cannot be blamed on defendant in a commercial real estate transaction. A mistake of law is not a misrepresentation of fact.
    Description:
    Plaintiff sued Defendant, the previous owner of a Building purchased by Plaintiff, for breach of the contract of sale premised upon a purported misrepresentation of the rent roll. Defendant moved for summary judgment.