Landlord's Notice of Lease Violation and Nuisance Was Vague and Defective

Landlord's Notice of Lease Violation and Nuisance Was Vague and Defective



LVT Number: #29852

Landlord sued to evict rent-stabilized tenant, claiming that tenant's conduct interfered with the health, safety, comfort, and/or quiet enjoyment of other building occupants. Landlord said this violated substantial obligations of the tenancy and created a nuisance. Tenant asked the court to dismiss the case, claiming that landlord's predicate notice was defective and unclear. Landlord had sent tenant a combined 10-day notice to cure and notice of termination of tenancy before starting the eviction case.

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