Category Archives: Real Estate & Property Law

Massachusetts Court Finds Plaintiff Has No Right to Sale Proceeds from Foreclosed Property

Massachusetts foreclosure proceedings may involve multiple legal challenges from different parties and extend over many years.  In a May 13, 2019 case, the Appeals Court of Massachusetts reviewed a dispute over the surplus sale proceeds following a real estate tax … Continue reading

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Has Your Lease Expired? Holdover Proceedings in New York State

Prior blog posts have discussed the difference between the two types of landlord-tenant eviction proceedings.  To summarize, non-payment proceedings occur when a tenant fails to pay rent or other charges due to the landlord.  Holdover proceedings, which will be discussed … Continue reading

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Gibbons Advises Leading Car Rental Companies on $500 Million Project at Newark Airport — Industry’s First P3-Structured Consolidated Rent-A-Car Facility

Gibbons P.C. served as lead counsel to Avis Budget Group, The Hertz Corporation, Enterprise Holdings Inc., and Advantage Inc., operators of national rental car brands Budget, Alamo, Thrifty, Payless, Zipcar, and National, among others, in connection with the industry’s first … Continue reading

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Are P3s the Answer to U.S. Infrastructure Issues?

After last month’s meeting with Democratic leaders in the House and Senate, President Trump’s $1 trillion infrastructure plan has become $2 trillion. As the legislature continues to digest the plan, many are beginning to raise questions about the plan’s viability. … Continue reading

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UK's fastest places to sell a home revealed

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