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Detective Work Finds Fraud Causing Sub-tenant to Pay Rent and Attorney Fees in Full

By Adam Leitman Bailey


Ny Manhattan Nyc Usa City New York America

Commercial sub-tenant owed Fortune 500 company 6 months past due rent.  Commercial sub-tenant stated that it would surrender the space and would go into bankruptcy before paying a dime and that all tenant’s monies had been transferred to a different company.  Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. commenced an eviction action on on behalf of landlord-tenant and analyzed the financial documents obtained about the tenant’s finances. Sub-tenant had been defrauding banks to obtain larger loans for different buildings.  When subtenant reviewed court papers detailing entire scam and fraudulent activity the past due rent and legal fees were paid in full in addition to rent for the rest of the term.

Adam Leitman Bailey represented the Commercial Tenant on behalf of the firm.

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