Tenant Can't Get Attorney's Fees in HP Case

LVT Number: #24549

Tenant brought an HP proceeding against landlord, seeking correction of building violations and conditions. The trial court dismissed the case and awarded landlord $93,000 in attorney's fees. Tenant appealed and won in part. The trial court reasonably dismissed the HP proceeding.  Evidence showed that landlord did significant work in the boiler room, that the noise emanating from the boiler directly beneath tenant's ground-floor apartment had been corrected prior to trial, and the sound levels in tenant's apartment didn't violate the Building Code.

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