April 21, 1998 Appeal from the Supreme Court, New York County (Charles Ramos, J.). Although the motion court did not address the viability of defendants' fraudulent inducement defense, we note that the guaranty in the integrated loan documents was both "absolute and unconditional" and was enforceable "irrespective of * * * any other circumstances which might constitute a defense" and, accordingly, was "not [to be] affected or discharged by the unenforceability for any reason" of the loan agreement
Nos. 2010-00088, 2010-00838. February 15, 2011. In an action to recover damages for personal injuries, the plaintiff appeals from (1) an order of the Supreme Court, Kings County (Schmidt, J.), entered October 29, 2009, which granted the third-party defendant's motion for summary judgment dismissing the third-party complaint, and (2) a judgment of the same court entered December 7, 2009, which, upon the order, is in favor of the third-party defendant and against the defendants/third-party plaintiffs
No. 709. Submitted June 26, 2006. Decided September 12, 2006. Appeal from the Reported below, 28 AD3d 415. Motion, insofar as made by Robin Daniels for leave to appeal, dismissed upon the ground that Robin Daniels, having not appealed to the Appellate Division, is not a party aggrieved (see Karger, Powers of the New York Court of Appeals § 11:9, at 393 [rev 3d ed 2005]); motion, insofar as made by Eric Daniels for leave to appeal, denied.
March 3, 1997. In two related proceedings pursuant to Family Court Act article 6 to modify custody, the petitioner appeals from an order of the Family Court, Westchester County (Spitz, J.), entered August 14, 1995, which sua sponte dismissed the petitions on the ground of forum non conveniens. Before: Rosenblatt, J.P., Thompson, Santucci and Altman, JJ. Ordered that the order is reversed, as a matter of discretion, with costs, and the petitions are reinstated. This custody matter was initially commenced