NYCHA terminates tenancy based on chronic nonpayment.

Position:EVICTION - New York City Housing Authority - Brief article
 
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Landlord NYCHA terminated tenancy based on tenant's chronic nonpayment of rent. Tenant appealed, claiming that NYCHA's decision was unreasonable. The court and appeals court ruled against tenant. NYCHA's decision was rational. Rent ledger records showed that, between June 2010 and October 2011, tenant paid only one month's rent. During this time, tenant's arrears grew from $356 to $2,591. And even if tenant was entitled to request reconsideration of NYCHA's decision, reconsideration wasn't warranted. It didn't matter...

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