This is a recent decision I was successful on in Nassau County Landlord/Tenant court. Two interesting aspects: 1. I did this pro bono but did not appear on record (but the papers did disclose that I was involved in the preparation of them); and 2. This is the decision I discussed on my blog regarding the importance of making stipulations clear and unambiguous - even though both sides and their lawyers are in a rush, a stipulation is a contract and is interpreted by the courts as such.

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Reference Info:Decision | State, 2nd Circuit, New York | United States

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