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Negron v Goldman is good law and important case in first dep't

Posted by name on March 02, 2000 at 10:06:23:

In Reply to: Decontrol posted by Nick on February 29, 2000 at 14:05:23:

Negron v. Goldman, NYLJ, 2/4/98, 26:2 is being overlooked for its proposition. The 1st dept app term modified but then affirmed this case ....... NYLJ, 5/4/99 26:2 is the only known appeLlate case in 1st dept holding that the statute of limitations for rent overcharges runs from when rent registration is FILED, not from when the overcharge is first collected, as the second dept holds see Bragston Realty v. Dixon, NYLJ, 7/6/99 29:3. so if you live in manhattan or the bronx rely on Negron for statute of limitations purposes, many landlords are flouting Bragston as the present state of the law in Manhattan on this issue. it is not -- negron is. spread the word.

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