Disabled Tenant Can't Add Daughter in One-Bedroom Apartment

LVT Number: #24828

Tenant asked landlord NYCHA for permission to add her adult daughter as a permanent resident in her one-bedroom apartment. NYCHA ruled against tenant, who appealed and lost. Substantial evidence supported NYCHA's finding that adding tenant's daughter as a permanent tenant would create an overcrowding situation in violation of occupancy standards and would unfairly provide the daughter with a windfall to the detriment of other housing applicants.

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