City of new Rochelle revokes landlord's C of O.

Position:BUILDING VIOLATIONS - Brief article
 
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Landlord bought a two-family dwelling with a detached garage in 2002. Under a 1958 Certificate of Occupancy (C of O), the garage was a legal, nonconforming use. Later, the city revoked landlord's C of O, finding that the property was no longer in compliance with the city code. Landlord sued the city in federal court, claiming that the city's revocation of the C of O violated federal due process law. The court ruled against landlord. The city had issued an order notifying landlord of...

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