NYC CIVIL COURT

Tenant Claimed Landlord's Officer Wasn't Authorized to Sign Termination Notice

September 23, 2016    

(Decision submitted by Martin Sigal of the Law Offices of Judith M. Brener, attorneys for the landlord.)

Tenant Assaulted Other Tenant and Postal Worker

September 23, 2016    

(Decision submitted by Jeffrey M. Goldman of the Law Offices of Judith M. Brener, attorneys for the landlord.)

Co-op Can Evict Shareholder Tenant for Objectionable Conduct Based on Short-Term Rentals

June 20, 2016    

(Decision submitted by William J. Neville of the Manhattan law firm of Mitofsky Shapiro Neville & Hazen LLP, attorneys for the landlord.)

Amount of HVAC Service Surcharge Not Regulated Under Rent Stabilization

March 17, 2016    

 

(Decision submitted by Eileen O’Toole of the Manhattan law firm of Borah, Goldstein, Altschuler,...

Appeals Court Upholds Tenant’s Eviction for Short-Term Rental Profiteering

January 19, 2016    

(Decision submitted by Paul N. Gruber of the Manhattan law firm of Borah, Goldstein, Altschuler, Nahins & Goidel, P.C., who represented the landlord.)

Court Looks Back More Than Four Years to Examine Apartment Deregulation

July 14, 2015    

Landlord sued to evict unregulated tenant. Tenant claimed that he was rent stabilized and had been overcharged. Landlord argued that the apartment had been exempt from rent stabilization based on high-rent vacancy...

Collyers Condition Not Curable

July 14, 2015    

Landlord sued to evict tenant for creating a nuisance by the dangerous accumulation of refuse and debris that was stacked from floor to ceiling throughout tenant’s apartment, including where the gas stove was...