Wednesday, July 15, 2020
 

Buyer Cannot Recoup Money on Schnabel Painting


The New York Supreme Court ruled this week that a woman who worked relied on an art dealer’s valuation of a painting by Julian Schnabel cannot recoup the $290,000 she paid for the work. 

The Court ruled that a “party is not justified in relying on any alleged misrepresentations if the facts were not peculiarly within” the other party’s knowledge and the party had the means to learn the truth by exercising ordinary intelligence.

Entire story at Law.com.

 

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