N.Y. Real Property Law Journal

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    The N.Y. Real Property Law Journal  features substantive articles relating to the practice of real property law on various topics including property transactions, leases, zoning, disclosure, and cooperatives and condominiums. Also included are a regular column entitled, "Bergman on Mortgage Foreclosures" as well as updates on Section news, programs and events. Co-edited by William A. Colavito, Esq., William P. Johnson, Esq., Prof. Vincent M. Di Lorenzo and Marvin N. Bagwell, Esq., the N.Y. Real Property Law Journal is published by the Real Property Law Section and distributed to Section Members free of charge.

    The Journal is published as a benefit for members of the Real Property Law Section and is copyrighted by the New York State Bar Association. The copying, reselling, duplication, transferring, reproducing, reusing, retaining or reprinting of this publication is strictly prohibited without permission.
    © New York State Bar Association. All rights reserved. ISSN 1530-3918 (print) ISSN 1933-8465 (online)

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  • Table of Contents Current Issue

    Winter 2014

    Message from the Section Chair
    (Benjamin Weinstock)

    Qualified Mortgages: New Regulatory Standards and Safe Harbor from Liability
    (Vincent Di Lorenzo)

    Gaining Access to Neighboring Properties for Protection During Construction
    (Brian G. Lustbader)

    Court of Appeals Takes the Bull by Its Horns: Liability for Roaming Cattle and Other Domestic Animals
    (Karen M. Richards)

    The Most Important Issue in Every Ground Lease
    (Joshua Stein)

    Bergman on Mortgage Foreclosures: Danger in Settlement Negotiations Redux
    (Bruce J. Bergman)

    Student Case Comments

    Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. v. Meyers: Second Department Provides Guidance on Remedies for a Breach of CPLR 3408(f)

    White v. Farrell: The Measure of a Seller’s Damages for a Buyer’s Breach of Contract to Sell Real Property Is the Difference Between the Contract Price and Fair Market Value of the Property at the Time of the Breach