Tenant's Alleged Failure to Provide Access for Repairs Didn't Amount to Nuisance

Tenant's Alleged Failure to Provide Access for Repairs Didn't Amount to Nuisance



LVT Number: #29778

Landlord sued to evict rent-stabilized supportive housing tenant. Landlord claimed that tenant created a nuisance by failing to provide access for repairs on a number of occasions during an 11-month period. Landlord also claimed tenant harassed landlord by making 364 calls to HPD's 311 line in one year, engaging in outrageous and unreasonable behavior toward building staff, and intentionally damaging the apartment after repairs were made. Tenant asked the court to dismiss the case.

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772 East 168 Street LLC v. Holmes: 61 Misc.3d 1206(A), 2018 NY Slip Op 51381(U) (Civ. Ct. NY; 10/1/18; Bacdayan, J)