Our Firm brought a commercial foreclosure action against a commercial borrower. We moved the Court for a default judgment and appointment of a Referee which was granted.
Warren S. Dank, Esq., P.C. brought a commercial mortgage foreclosure action against Defendant-Borrower. We moved for a default judgment and appointment of a Referee in which the Court granted our relief.
Our firm’s Motion for Plaintiff/Lender to confirm Referee’s Report and Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale was granted.
Plaintiff/Lender’s Motion for Contempt pursuant to Judiciary Law § 753(A)(3) against Successful Bidder was granted to the extent that the Referee is directed to pay Plaintiff/Lender the Successful Bidder’s down payment of $165,000.00 and ordered re-auction of the properties.
Warren S. Dank, Esq., P.C. commenced an action against Defendants for cause of action sounding in breach of contract, quantum merit, and unjust enrichment. After this action having come on for a bench trial, and after the issues having been duly tried, the Court rendered a decision in favor of Plaintiff as against Defendants after trial.
Warren S. Dank, Esq., P.C. commenced a commercial mortgage foreclosure action against Defendant-Borrower. Our firm moved for a default judgment as to liability in favor of Plaintiff as against Defendant-Borrower and for an appointment of a Referee to compute pursuant to RPAPL & 1321 in which the Court granted Plaintiff’s motion on default.
Warren S. Dank, Esq., P.C.’s cross-motion was granted compelling successful bidder at a prior commercial auction to close in lieu of a pending appeal filed by the prior fee owner and denied successful bidder’s order to show cause to vacate prior order as a result of not be able to allegedly obtain title insurance.
Warren S. Dank, Esq., P.C. was granted summary judgment against commercial tenant in a plenary action after owing landlord rent and additional rent prior to vacating the premises.
Warren S. Dank, Esq., P.C. commenced an action against Defendants alleging a cause of action sounding in partition concerning a property located in Forest Hills, New York. Our firm moved for summary judgment in favor of Plaintiff as against Defendants for partition and sale. The Court granted Plaintiff’s motion for summary judgment to the extent of appointing a Referee to conduct an accounting and to ascertain rights, shares, and interests of the parties in the subject property.
Our firm was granted a judgment of possession after trial defeating tenant’s defense that it exercised an option to extend its lease for an additional five years.
We successfully defeated tenant’s request for a renewal lease pursuant to the Rent Stabilization Code.
The Appellate Division affirmed the lower court’s decision denying Sears’ Motion to Dismiss.
CBS news article about our firms’ Price Match Policy case.
Sears Newsday article about our firms’ Price Match Policy case.
Homeowners can challenge an insurers’ construction estimate.
We were successful in defeating tenant’s motion for a preliminary injunction seeking to enjoin the landlord from continuing construction at the premises.
Tenants moved for a Preliminary Injunction in Federal Court enjoining the landlord from evicting them based upon a month to month tenancy. We were successful in defeating Tenants’ Motion for a Preliminary Injunction.
Our firm represented a commercial landlord against the tenant who wanted the court to reform its lease relating to the payment of the real estate taxes. We were successful in having the court deny tenant’s relief and granted the landlord summary judgment declaring that the lease as written shall be in full force and effect.