Although the owners were not occupying their house due to a city vacate order after a neighborhood fire, it remained a dwelling, a judge ruled in a decision he said could have implications post-Hurricane Sandy.
Unoccupied 'Dwelling' Supports Trespass Conviction, Court Finds
New York Law Journal
January 8, 2013
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