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SJS Thompson LLC v. Singer

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SJS Thompson LLC v. Singer

Postby TenantNet » Fri Nov 24, 2017 6:56 pm

Tags: Golub notice, vitiation, lease offered is binding

Summary: Landlord claims tenant not occupying premises as primary residence.

Decision: PDF file
SJS Thompson v Singer.pdf


SJS Thompson LLC v. Singer

Date filed: November 14, 2017
Court: City Civil Court, Housing
Judge: Susan Avery
Docket Number: 75059/2017

Case Digest Summary

Landlord claims tenant was not occupying the premises as her primary residence. Yet petitioner offered tenant a renewal lease, which was accepted and returned to the landlord. Tenant claims renewal lease is binding and vitiates notice of non-renewal ("Golub Notice"). The court agrees and dismisses the proceeding.
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