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Chapman v. Katz

Docket #SJC-09786
Date November 6, 2006
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Landlord-Tenant-- Various issues in connection with a landlordís claim that there was a breach of a commercial lease when a subtenant erected an automated teller machine without consent of the landlord.
Appealed FromMiddlesex Superior Court, Justice Linda E. Giles
Counsel for Appellant
Chapman:  Philip Y. Brown, Timothy P. Frawley, Edwin A. McCabe
Counsel for Appellee
Katz:  Douglas G. Moxham, Anthony A. Scibelli, Frank D. Aronson
Banknorth, N.A.:  Evans Huber

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