Realty Law Digest

, New York Law Journal


Scott E. Mollen, a partner at Herrick, Feinstein and an adjunct professor at St. John's University School of Law, reviews three landlord-tenant cases: “G&L Holding Corp. v. JR Gonzalez,” which held that tenants do not forfeit their residence status due to a temporary absence, even where the temporary absence is attributable to incarceration, and “217 Malcolm X Blvd v. Naughton Bros. Funeral Home, a commercial landlord-tenant case where a tenant was granted a dismissal because the landlord’s petition only partially described the premises to be recovered, and “In re Mary Encarnacion Grant v. NYCHA,” where a NYC Housing Authority’s termination of a tenancy was upheld.

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