Legal Question in Landlord & Tenant Law in New York

Has there ever been a case where a tenant (or in a co-op, the shareholder) has had a non-negotiable eviction reversed at the eleventh hour becaause he/she has a suffienct proof that she is no longer a risky tenant and that she would be an asset rather than a liability (in the case of unhability, that she can help with the repairs, and because of superior Internet skills can locate information that would be helpful to the building in the future)?

Asked on 2/23/13, 5:00 pm

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Answered on 2/25/13, 11:26 am

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