Resident Didn't Disclose Business Income

December 15, 2011
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Facts: A New York resident's lease requires the resident to furnish the owner with complete and accurate information regarding his household income. In 2006, the housing authority's acting inspector general informed the site manager that they had conducted an investigation of the resident and determined from a city's vendor questionnaire that he had owned a "cleaning and janitorial services company...

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