Resident Can Be Evicted for Objectionable Conduct

Resident Can Be Evicted for Objectionable Conduct



Facts: The New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) terminated a household's tenancy for nondesirability and breach of the house rules and regulations, based on the resident's objectionable conduct. The resident appealed, claiming that NYCHA's decision was arbitrary and unreasonable.

Decision: The court ruled against the resident.

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