Evicted Tenant Showed No Good Cause to Be Restored to Possession

LVT Number: #30543

Landlord sued to evict tenant based on failure to sign a rent-stabilized renewal lease. The court ruled for landlord, and tenant was evicted. Tenant later asked the court to restore her to possession and give her a further opportunity to cure. The court ruled against tenant, who appealed and lost. Tenant offered no convincing excuse for her repeated failure to appear in court despite multiple notices from the court and landlord. And tenant never signed the proposed renewal lease, despite several opportunities to do so.

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84 W. 188 Realty LLC v. Evans: 2019 NY Slip Op 51865(U), Index No. 570236/19 (App. T. 1 Dept.; 11/22/19; Shulman, PJ, Cooper, Edmead, JJ)