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151 A.D.3d 95 *; 53 N.Y.S.3d 309 **; 2017 N.Y. App. Div. LEXIS 4113 ***; 2017 NY Slip Op 04218 ****; 2017 WL 2269598
[****1] James Taylor et al., Respondents, v 72A Realty Associates, L.P., et al., Appellants.
Subsequent History: Modified by, Affirmed by, Certified question answered by Matter of Regina Metro. Co., LLC v. New York State Div. of Hous. & Community Renewal, 2020 N.Y. LEXIS 779 (N.Y., Apr. 2, 2020)
Prior History: Appeal from an order of the Supreme Court, New York County (Jennifer G. Schecter, J.), entered January 29, 2016. The order, to the extent appealed from, denied defendants' motion for summary judgment insofar as it sought dismissal of the complaint as against the owner and granted plaintiffs' cross motion for summary judgment declaring that apartment 5M is rent-stabilized.
Taylor v. 72A Realty Assoc., L.P., 2016 N.Y. Misc. LEXIS 5096 (N.Y. Sup. Ct., Jan. 29, 2016)
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Real Property Law, Landlord & Tenant, Rent Regulation, Rent Control Statutes, Tax Law, State & Local Taxes, Real Property Taxes, Exemptions, Governments, Legislation, Statute of Limitations, Time Limitations, Tolling, Evidence, Burdens of Proof, Allocation