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- noun Failure to
evict(especially in terms of allowing existing residents to remain when a building is redeveloped).
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The two groups also have both been courting the property's politically influential tenants 'association with discussions about a noneviction co-op or condo conversion.
The determination as to whether an individual is entitled to noneviction protection should be based upon an objective examination of the relationship of the parties.
The present dispute arises because the term “family” is not defined in the rentcontrol code and the legislative history is devoid of any specific reference to the noneviction provision.
The Appellate Division reversed, concluding that section 2204.6d provides noneviction protection only to “family members within traditional, legally recognized familial relationships.”
The red-brick building, circa 1940, underwent a co-op conversion in 1972 under a noneviction plan.
Mr. Ackman has agreed on a noneviction conversion, meaning that rent-stabilized tenants cannot be thrown out for failing to buy into the corporation, while free-market tenants would be able to continue living at the property through the end of their leases.
Since appellant’s and Blanchard’s relationship was not one given formal recognition by the law, the court held that appellant could not seek the protection of the noneviction ordinance.