Landlord Can Restrict Acceptance of Large Electronics for Tenants

LVT Number: #29807

Tenant filed two complaints concerning reduction in building-wide services. First, tenant complained that landlord directed the doorman to stop accepting package deliveries containing electronics notwithstanding the lobby staff's 30-year practice of signing for all package deliveries on behalf of building tenants. Landlord did this based on the presumed value of the deliveries. The DRA ruled against tenant, finding that package delivery acceptance service was being maintained, except for large packages containing electronics and that this was de minimis--that is, minor.

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Desser: DHCR Adm. Rev. Docket No. FW410007RP (10/31/18) [6-pg. doc.]