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Tag: Superior Court

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Massachusetts Permit Session Jurisdiction Explained

02/27/2015   |   BY Sander A. Rikleen and Jennifer Ioli Connelly

On February 27th, the Massachusetts Appeals Court again held that certain land use appeals under Mass. G.L.c. 185, §3A, cannot... Read More »

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Buying Standing? Buyer Beware.

06/03/2014   |   BY Thomas P. Gorman

The doctrine of standing to sue -- the status that allows a plaintiff to bring a lawsuit in the first... Read More »

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This couldn’t happen in my mixed-use condominium….or could it?

04/01/2014   |   BY Peter Friedenberg

I just finished reading an article about a recent Superior Court case, Board of Trustees of the Gates of Greenwood... Read More »

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Lender’s Title Insurance Coverage Does Not Extend to Lender Liability Claims

08/23/2013   |   BY Joshua M. Alper

The decision of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (“SJC”)  in Deutsche Bank National Association v. First American Title Insurance Company,... Read More »

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No writing? No problem. When a Purchase & Sale may be found enforceable

07/18/2012   |   BY

On May 22, 2012, a judge of the Middlesex Superior Court found that a buyer and seller intended to be... Read More »