Resident's Daughter Can't Get Unit

Resident's Daughter Can't Get Unit



Facts: The daughter of a New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) resident, and the daughter's common-law husband, claimed succession rights to the unit after the resident died. NYCHA ruled that they weren't entitled to stay as remaining family members. The daughter appealed, claiming that NYCHA's decision was unreasonable. The court ruled against the daughter, and she appealed.

Ruling: The appeals court ruled against the daughter.

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