Tuttle Yick wins RPAPL 881 Actions for Crown Heights Development

Tuttle Yick, led by Eli Raider, represented a real estate developer in a dispute with three neighboring property owners in Brooklyn. Our team commenced a Real Property and Proceedings Law § 881 special proceeding against all three neighboring property owners, which resulted in obtaining quickly two favorable license agreements and a court order against the holdout neighbor (where no license fee was required to paid). Overall by proceeding to court, our client avoided significant costs and delays, and the project could proceed.