Court Dismisses Squatter's Claim of Improper Service of Court Papers

Court Dismisses Squatter's Claim of Improper Service of Court Papers



LVT Number: #29775

Landlord sued to evict a squatter, claiming that she had no permission or right to be in the building. She had been the prior building owner, who lost the building in a foreclosure action. The squatter failed to appear in court and was evicted. She then asked the court to restore her to possession, claiming improper service of landlord's court papers. The court ruled against the squatter. The process server's statement described the squatter as a 50-year-old, 5 foot 9 inch, Asian male.

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Milazzo v. Kim: Index No. LT-001976-18NA, NYLJ No. 1538378080 (Dist. Ct. Nassau; 9/13/18; Fairgrieve, J)