In their Landlord-Tenant column, Warren A. Estis and Michael E. Feinstein of Rosenberg & Estis review a First Department decision where the majority, in reversing the Appellate Term and dismissing the landlord's non-primary residence holdover proceeding, appears not to have applied a well-established standard of review, and instead made its own findings based on an independent analysis of the evidence.
Appellate Division Dismisses Trial Court Ruling in 'Mogi'
New York Law Journal
December 5, 2012
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