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Appellate Terms Split on Tenant Protection

Posted by New York Tenant on July 14, 2001 at 09:36:45:

The July 16th online edition of the New York Law Journal has an interesting article, Appellate Terms Split on Tenant Protection, about strong differences of opinion between the Appellate Term, First Department (covering Manhattan and the Bronx) and the Appellate Term, second Department (covering Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island) on two residential landlord-tenant issues.

"After taking a second look at two matters in which the Appellate Term, Second Department, has clashed with the Appellate Term, First Department's interpretation of landlord-tenant law, the intermediate appeals court in Brooklyn has stuck to its rulings on the Spiegel Law defense and on whether tenants who rent from co-op sponsors after conversion are covered by the Martin Act."

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