Termination Notice Contained Enough Facts
LVT Number: 15118
Landlord sued to evict tenant for creating a nuisance based on the conduct of tenant's son. Tenant asked the court to dismiss the case, claiming that landlord's termination notice was defective. The court ruled for tenant. Landlord appealed and won. Landlord's termination notice contained enough facts to properly notify tenant of the nuisance claim. No notice to cure was required. Landlord could proceed with the case against tenant.
Parkchester Preservation Co., LP v. Cotton: NYLJ, 6/19/01, p. 18, col. 1 (App. T.1 Dept.; McCooe, PJ, Gangel-Jacob, Suarez, JJ)