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- PRIMARY RESIDENCE. // Landlord v. Tenant;Feb2010, Vol. 25 Issue 8, p8
The article discusses a court case wherein a landlord sued to evict a rent-stabilized tenant for nonprimary residence in 2003 in New York; however, since 2006 no further action was taken; prompting the tenant to request for case dismissal.
- Buzzwords. // Hispanic;Mar1998, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p12
Reports on migrant worker Maria Garza's filing of a lawsuit against her landlord in Moorhed, Minnesota due to the proliferation of bugs in her apartment.
- ALTERATION S TO APARTMENTS. // Landlord v. Tenant;Dec2011, p3
The article discusses a trial court case entitled "259 West 12th LLC v. Grossberg" which deals with a tenant who demolished and replaced the bathroom walls of her landlord's apartment in New York City.
- OWNER OCCUPANCY. // Landlord v. Tenant;Dec2011, p9
The article discusses a court case entitled "Austin v. O'Brien" which deals with a landlord and a tenant in New York City.
- TO THE READER. // Landlord v. Tenant;Mar2012, p4
The article offers information on the journal's topics such as the landlord-tenant rulings, court cases and agency decisions through February 2012.
- EVICTION. // Landlord v. Tenant;Mar2012, p5
The article discusses the court case Bushwick Properties LLC v. Wright which deals with the chronic nonpayment of rent of a tenant, who was sued to be evicted.
- OWNER OCCUPANCY. // Landlord v. Tenant;Mar2012, p8
The article discusses the court cases Wu v. Sanchez and Nestor v. Britt which deal with the occupancy of the owner.
- REQUIRED SERVICES. // Landlord v. Tenant;Mar2012, p15
The article discusses the court cases Croes Nest Realty v. DHCR, and 260 Convent Ave. which deal with the services required from landlord.
- Demolition: Landlord Can Evict Tenant to Demolish Building. // New York Apartment Law Insider;Jul2009, Vol. 30 Issue 7, p10
The article discusses a court case Peckham v. Calogero, wherein the plaintiff landlord applied for permission to demolish the rent-stabilized building in defendant tenants that was approved by the court and Division of Housing and Community Renewal (DHCR) and affirmed by the Supreme Court in New...