Realty Law Digest

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Scott E. Mollen discusses '541 Union v. Rivera,' where a tenant was awarded succession of tenancy where he was able to prove he was a "non-traditional" family member, and '279 E 92nd Street Corp. v. Grose,' where the landlord failed to show a default so unjustified as to warrant a finding of violation of tenancy.

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