112 Misc.2d 642 (1981)

Jangla Realty Co., Petitioner, v. Frank Gravagna, Respondent.

Civil Court of the City of New York, Queens County.

November 9, 1981

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Cohen & Ehrenfeld for petitioner. Mark Finklestein for respondent.



Is a burglarized and inoperable doorlock such an "exigent circumstance" that 18 hours, after notice of the occurrence, would constitute sufficient and reasonable opportunity on the part of the landlord to repair the defective lock, in order to remove the violation and secure the tenant's safety and peace of mind or to be obligated as a matter of law, to reimburse the tenant for the reasonable value of her expenses, should...

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