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In this special section, authors offer advice on how contractors can secure rights against tenants, and how subcontractors can secure rights against contracts. Also, commercial real estate buyers should be careful when dealing with nonprofessionals performing acts that could be deemed “brokerage services.” And the days of courts simply accepting municipal recitations of compliance with the statutory criteria for designating an area in need of redevelopment are a relic of the past. Securing Construction Costs from a Tenant Lien Law requires landlord authorization of contract for tenant fix-ups By Michael A. Oxman and Stephen J. Pagano Subcontractor’s Right to Payment Paid-if-paid and pay-when-paid clauses under the New Jersey Construction Lien Law By Michael Sternlieb and Adam J. Sklar Fees Owed to Non-Brokers Commercial buyer may owe commision to unlicensed person based on oral contract By Dorothy E. Bolinsky The New Rules of Redevelopment Courts more skeptical of �area in need of redevelopment’ designations By Howard D. Geneslaw and Shepard A. Federgreen Good Intentions, Bad Planning Poor decisions and lack of inter-departmental cooperation has created a dangerous situation By Thomas Jay Hall Limits to Federal Remedy for Private Property Rights Individuals with Fifth Amendment property claims must depend on state courts for remedy By William J. Ward Community Governance Court affirms rights of private communities to govern themselves By Michael S. Karpoff Rebuilding the Nation’s Infrastructure Lessons from Boston’s �Big Dig’ tunnel collapse By Robert C. Epstein Deducting Cleanup Expenses Recent decision clarifies deductibility of environmental cleanup costs By Ezra Dyckman, Ronald A. Morris and Nathan K. Tasso Mortgage Fraud On the Rise Condo-conversion developers and related participants tend to be those indicted in recent cases By Bruce Udolf and Robert W. Barron Timeshare Appeal Stays Strong Down market is causing more condo developers to investigate such plans as an exit strategy By Robert J. Webb

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