Landlord Can't Bar Former Employee Who Lived with Tenant from Building
LVT Number: #31115
Landlord sued tenant and her roommate-boyfriend for creating a nuisance and asked the court to grant a preliminary injunction barring the boyfriend from the building. The boyfriend was formerly employed as the building's doorman. The current doorman submitted a sworn statement that the boyfriend attacked him in the building lobby after coming down to pick up a food delivery that he claimed he hadn't been notified about. The doorman also said that tenant arrived while the boyfriend was beating him and threatened to mace him.
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