It is not uncommon for litigants to sit on their rights and, after years have passed, argue that they are entitled to delayed accrual of their claims under the discovery rule. This was the key issue in a recent decision by Westchester Commercial Division Justice Linda S. Jamieson in Gelaj v. Gelaj, et al., Index
Statute of Limitations
Lessons for Landlords: Holding Corporate Representatives Liable for Tenant Lease Obligations and the Timeliness of Unpaid Rent Claims
A recent decision from Westchester Commercial Division Justice Linda Jamieson addressed two issues that arise in commercial landlord-tenant relationships: (i) whether a landlord can pierce the corporate veil to hold a tenant’s corporate representative liable under leases; and (ii) the timeliness of claims for past due rent.
Piercing the Corporate Veil
In Hoffman Investors Corp., …