United States Second Circuit

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Alphonse Hotel Corporation v. Tran, 14-3447

In an action concerning a property lease and a purported joint venture agreement entered into between a son and his father, the now-deceased former president and majority shareholder of a real estate development corporation, seeking damages for the son's use and occupancy of the property and a judgment declaring that the lease and joint venture agreement were void, the District Court's rulings denying the son's discovery requests and granting summary judgment to corporate-plaintiff are affirmed where: 1) the lease was void as a gift or act of corporate waste; and 2) the parol evidence rule applies in this case and the integration clause in the lease retains its preclusive effect, thus the purported joint venture agreement is unenforceable.

Appellate Information

  • Argued
  • Submitted
  • Decided
  • Published 2016/07/10

Judges

  • HALL

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  • United States Second Circuit

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