Owner Didn't Send Written Notice of Noise Violation

Facts: A resident of a mixed-use retail and condominium building complained that the employees of a restaurant that rented space on the ground floor of the building played excessively loud music. The resident sued the owner of the building for “private nuisance,” claiming that the owner was responsible for the tenant's behavior. The owner asked a New York court for a judgment in its favor without a trial.

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