A Manhattan state court judge has awarded $24 million to a landlord in a lease dispute with a commercial tenant who switched lawyers four times over 16 months of litigation and upbraided the tenant for apparently trying to delay the case with numerous bankruptcy filings.

The commercial tenant entered into a lease in October 2015 for ground floor and basement space at 387 Park Ave. S. in Manhattan, in which the tenant agreed to build and run a French restaurant called Artisanal Fromagerie & Bistro, according to court papers.

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