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Appeals? how law works question

Posted by EZT on December 09, 2001 at 20:00:52:

In Reply to: New RSC: case starts 12/10 posted by EZT on December 09, 2001 at 19:50:11:

Remember that Upper East Side roommate case where the tenant was overcharging the subtenant and the landlord sued for eviction based on the NEW 12/2000 RSC? Last I heard, a Housing Court judge ruled on a motion that it was OK for the landlord to file the lawsuit.

1. Little question: is there an actual decision on this case yet? (what was that name? Ramos?)

2. Real question = if there is a decision on this or another case where the landlord wins based on a new section of the new code, what happens when that new code is thrown out? Does the tenant still have to appeal? Is the case automatically re-opened?

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