Posted on Feb 26, 2009

In a decision that was rendered on February 18 and published in today's New York Law Journal, Justice Robert Miller dismissed a negligence lawsuit that was brought against the City of New York, holding that the City could not be held liable for a defective condition where its sole nexus to the property is that it provided funding for the non-profit organization that was the tenant operating the premises.

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