Daughter Didn't Prove Succession Rights to Rent-Stabilized Apartment

LVT Number: #30817

Landlord sued to evict rent-stabilized tenant's daughter after tenant moved out. The daughter claimed succession rights to the apartment. The trial court ruled for landlord. The daughter appealed and lost. The trial court fairly interpreted the evidence to find that the daughter didn't reside primarily with tenant for two years before tenant moved out. There was extensive documentation that the daughter lived and worked in California much of that time.

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