SEBCOSouth East Bronx Community Organization (New York)
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SEBCO, a commercial laundry company, is in a growth mode that required expansion of its administrative offices and parts distribution operations end warehouse facilities.
A neighboring building at 5 Johnson Drive will be occupied by SEBCO's 45,000 s/f warehouse.
Upon the expiration of the term of the Lease Agreement, Mid-Island Equities demanded that Sebco remove the laundry equipment.
The court determined that even if the contract with Sebco was to be considered a service contract and not a license, the concessionaire would still have no rights.
Sebco, the concessionaire, also contended that when the new owner acquired the deed to the building, it knew that there were coin-operated laundry machines in the basement of the building and therefore had "constructive notice" of the existence of the Lease Agreement.
SEBCO, for example, explains to owners that the best method of conserving water and energy in a laundry room starts initially with installing properly-sized machines.
SEBCO technicians explain to an owner or super that if a dryer does not get enough air, the machine will overcompensate for the diminished air supply by burning more fuel to keep the flame alive.