Mental Health Program's Eviction Case Against Subtenant Dismissed

LVT Number: #30721

Tenant, who operated a subsidized program under agreement with DOHMH, sued to evict subtenant for sublease violations. Tenant claimed that subtenant failed to pay monthly rent as it became due, used or possessed illegal drugs or related paraphernalia in the apartment, and allowed other people to reside in the apartment, all in violation of the sublease agreement. Tenant rented to subtenant in order to meet subtenant's needs as a person with intellectual/developmental disabilities and mental illness.

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