In the December 2001 Tenant/Inquilino, an article we reprinted from City Limits Weekly, “State Court Paints New Face on Lead-Poisoning….
Met Council recently received a very generous donation of $10,000 in memory of Benice Diamond. Benice was a longtime member….
New York tenants will soon be able to learn what can happen when laws that protect tenants are weakened or….
“NO DANCING,” reads the sign behind the bar. It’s not some kitschy 19th-century relic. It’s the law in New York….
In the last week of 2001, a state appeals court denied the Giuliani administration’s request to appeal Judge Emily Goodman’s….
Pet-owning tenants can breathe a little easier, thanks to a decision handed down last month by a state appeals court…..
Gov. George Pataki has called a special election for February 12 to fill the State Senate seat on Manhattan’s East….
In December, tenants came out for the first day of the lawsuit challenging Gov. Pataki’s anti-tenant changes in the Rent….
On Dec. 10, over 60 tenants and their allies showed up at Brooklyn Criminal Court to support a lawsuit challenging….
En una victoria contundente para los inquilinos, la corte de apelaciones del estado de Nueva York, la cual es el….
In a fabulous victory for tenants, the New York State Court of Appeals, the state’s highest court, ruled in favor….