New York Appeals Court Upholds Dismissal Of Building Owner’s Claims Against Supplier

(June 17, 2016, 12:02 PM EDT) -- NEW YORK — The First Department New York Supreme Court Appellate Division on June 16 affirmed the dismissal of a building owner’s third-party claims against the supplier of windows and doors that were allegedly defective, finding that the owner was not a beneficiary to the agreement between the supplier and subcontractor that installed them and that it could not seek indemnification from the supplier (Residential Board of Managers of 310 West 52nd Street Condominium v. El-Ad 52 LLC, et al., No. 1497, 600174/10, N.Y. Sup., App....
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