POBER v. COLUMBIA 160 APARTMENTS CORP.
266 A.D.2d 6 (1999)
697 N.Y.S.2d 619
JUDITH POBER et al., Appellants, v. COLUMBIA 160 APARTMENTS CORP. et al., Respondents.
Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of the State of New York, First Department.
Decided November 4, 1999.
Concur — Ellerin, P. J., Williams, Wallach, Buckley and Friedman, JJ.
Contrary to plaintiffs' contention, the circumstances presented by this case did not warrant invocation of paragraph 17 (d) of the subject proprietary lease. Moreover, even if paragraph 17 (d) were applicable, it would not avail plaintiffs since, as mere contract vendees of shares allocated to an apartment in defendant Columbia 160 Apartments, they remained strangers to the cooperative corporation's proprietary lease and consequently were without standing to invoke the rights of the seller thereunder (see, Sims v Darwood Mgt.,
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