Monthly Archives: October 2018

Shopping Center Leases: Some Ins and Outs of Use and Exclusivity Provisions

Toys “R” Us, Inc., 587 B.R. 304 (Bankr. E.D. Va. 2018) – The debtors sought court approval of the assumption and assignment of a shopping center lease. The landlord objected on the grounds that the assignment would not comply with exclusivity … Continue reading

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Leases: Prepetition Termination May Be A Get Out of Bankruptcy Free Card – Or Not

In re Indiana Hotel Equities, LLC, 586 B.R. 870 (E.D. Mich. 2018) – The debtor leased nonresidential real property under a lease that was terminated before the bankruptcy petition was filed. The lessor filed a motion seeking a bankruptcy court order … Continue reading

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Mortgagor Claims: There is A Limit to the Ability to Invoke the Assistance of Federal Courts

Zapotocky v. CIT Bank, N.A., 587 B.R. 589 (S.D.N.Y. 2018) – A former debtor sued a mortgagee in federal district court claiming a breach of contract by the lender and challenging a foreclosure judgment entered in state court. This is one … Continue reading

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