Landlord's Notice to Cure Stated Sufficient Law and Facts

January 26, 2018
LVT Number: #28182

Landlord sued to evict rent-stabilized tenant for unauthorized subletting. The court granted tenant's request to dismiss the case because landlord's predicate notice was defective. Landlord appealed and won. Landlord stated a proper claim based on assignment or subletting of the apartment without permission. Landlord's notice to cure was reasonable. It fairly stated the nature of landlord's claim and the facts necessary to establish the existence of grounds for eviction.

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East Village ReHoldings LLC: Index No. 17-204, NYLJ 12/1/17, p. 22, col. 2 (App. T. 1 Dept.; 12/1/17; Lowe III, PJ, Schoenfeld, Shulman, JJ)

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