Objectionable Tenant Can't Delay Eviction
LVT Number: 13614
Landlord of a two-family house sued to evict tenant. The court ruled for landlord. Tenant asked for a delay of the eviction due to hardship. The court ruled against tenant. The medical conditions claimed by tenant didn't amount to extreme hardship. Tenant also didn't show that he was making diligent or unsuccessful efforts to get other housing. And landlord showed that tenant was objectionable. Landlord lived in the house and tenant harassed her and her children.
Diaz v. Jones: 694 NYS2d 611 (1999) (Civ. Ct. Bronx; Roman, J)