Lance R. Pomerantz
Attorney at Law

Land     Title     Law
    


 

PUBLICATIONS:


   •  “Constructive Notice” - The Land Title Law Newsletter,

2011 - Date


   •  Demonic Possession: What Hath the Legislature Wrought?

    The Suffolk Lawyer, November/December, 2010


    •  Survey Says... Record Owner Pays Punitive Damages.

     The Suffolk Lawyer, December, 2011


    •  The “Necessity” of the Private Road Statute

    The Suffolk Lawyer, February,  2012


    •  Evidentiary Problems In Adverse Possession

    The Suffolk Lawyer, April,  2012


   •  Blinded by Love -- Joint Tenancy and the
         Never-Married "Widow"

   •  Under the Boardwalk, Down By the Sea

    The Suffolk Lawyer, June 2012


   •  Federal Court Permits Local Practice to Control
         Recording of Military Powers of Attorney

   •  Top 10 Lawsuits Impacting the Title Industry (Co-Author)

   •  Dual Agent or Double Agent?

    The Suffolk Lawyer, September, 2012


   •  The Diligence That Is Due

  
   •  Don't Delay, Plead Laches Today
   •  The Value of Expertise

   •  Voiding Recorded Instruments
   •  Lingering Groin Pain: The Grapes of Rapf
    
   •  Federal Court Denies E & O Coverage for
           Agent's Misappropriation
  
   •  When Private Property Becomes a Public Nuisance

   •  Choose Your Helpers Wisely
    
   •  Who Are You Again?
   •  Federal Court Denies E & O Coverage for
           Agent's Misappropriation

    Title Law Quarterly, Second Quarter 2013 (Reprint)

 
   •  The Meaning of the Word "Is": Title Insurer as a Creditor
            in Bankruptcy Court
   •  Top Lawsuits Impacting the Land Title Industry (Co-Author)
   •  The Lurking Legacy of Mattson Ridge

    Title News, August, 2013, p. 14

  
     •  Settling a Title Dispute at the Ballot Box
     •  Admissibility of Online Land Records

     •  Size Might Matter, After All
   •  How Does a Public Record Become a "Public Record?"

   •  Coverage Continues Despite Sale of Insured Parcel
    The Docket, January 21, 2014

   •  How Does a Public Record Become a "Public Record?"
    Title Law Quarterly, First Quarter 2014 (Reprint)

     Tax Sales & the Automatic Stay
    
   •  If It Ain't Broke, Don't Fix It!
     The Docket, June 17, 2014

   •  Coverage Continues Despite Sale of Insured Parcel
    Title Law Quarterly, Second Quarter 2014 (Reprint)

   •  The Legal Front-Top 10 Court Decisions All Title Professionals
             Should Keep on Their Radar (Co-Author)

   •  Non-Parties and the Notice of Pendency
     
   •  If It Ain't Broke, Don't Fix It!
    Title Law Quarterly, Third Quarter 2014 (Reprint)

   •  "Legal Access" and "Physical Access"

     The Suffolk Lawyer, November, 2014


   •  Reliance on Title Agent Representations

    •  Sometimes, Ransom is Cheaper Than Claim Damages
    
      Sometimes, Ransom is Cheaper Than Claim Damages
  • Evidentiary Problems In Adverse Possession

   The Suffolk Lawyer, April,  2012, p.12

   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   


  • Evidentiary Problems In Adverse Possession

   The Suffolk Lawyer, April,  2012, p.12


  • The “Necessity” of the Private Road Statute

    The Suffolk Lawyer, February,  2012, p.19

  • The “Necessity” of the Private Road Statute

    The Suffolk Lawyer, February,  2012, p.19

  • The “Necessity” of the Private Road Statute

    The Suffolk Lawyer, February,  2012, p.19

  • The “Necessity” of the Private Road Statute

    The Suffolk Lawyer, February,  2012, p.19

   •  Who Are You Again?
   •  Who Are You Again?
   •  How Does a Public Record Become a "Public Record?"
   •  How Does a Public Record Become a "Public Record?"
    Title Law Quarterly, First Quarter 2015 (Reprint)

   •  Do These Regs Have Legs?
 Latent Service Defects Can Negate BFP Status

   •  Litigation and the Title Industry (Co-Author)

    Title News, October, 2015, Cover Story, p. 10



   •  Boob Job: Dubious Evidence of "Celebrity Enhancement"

   The Suffolk Lawyer, November, 2015, p. 18


    •  Latent Service Defects Can Negate BFP Status

   Title Law Quarterly, Fourth Quarter 2015 (Reprint)


    •  Corporate Seal on Title Policy Extends Statute of Limitations

   •  Ancient Document Exception--Don't Throw the Baby
             Out With the Bath Water!
    •  Is the Court of Appeals Above the Law? 

   •  Policy Coverage Denied Due to Inequitable Behavior of Insured

  •  10 Lawsuits You Can't Ignore (Co-Author)

  •  Recorded Life Estate Equitably Subordinated to Mortgage

  •  Recorded Life Estate Equitably Subordinated to Mortgage
  Title Law Quarterly, Third Quarter 2017 (Reprint)

 •  Is A 'Real Covenant' Just A Contract?

•  Exclusion 3(a) and The Fortuity Doctrine

•  Exclusion 3(a) and The Fortuity Doctrine
  Title Law Quarterly, Fourth Quarter 2018 (Reprint)

 •  Homestead Exemption Defeats Equitable Subrogation

 •  The Marketable Title Act and the Dormant Minerals Act

•  The Marketable Title Act and the Dormant Minerals Act
  Title Law Quarterly, Fourth Quarter 2019 (Reprint)

Lien Priorities in a Title Company Escrow Account

Real Estate Titles:  The Practice of Real Estate Law
in New York, 4th edition (Treatise – Contributing Author)
New York State Bar Association, May, 2020

Lien Priorities in a Title Company Escrow Account
Title Law Quarterly, Second Quarter 2020 (Reprint)

"Dueling Dinosaurs" Ends With A Fifth-Round Split Decision

"Dueling Dinosaurs" Ends With A Fifth-Round Split Decision

Title News, September 2020, page 26 (Reprint)


"Dueling Dinosaurs" Ends With A Fifth-Round Split Decision
Title Law Quarterly, Third Quarter 2020 (Reprint)