Residential mold may not be the plague many housing advocates have claimed it to be, according to a recent Supreme Court decision.

In an action filed on behalf of three co-op residents who allegedly suffered health problems caused by mold, Manhattan Justice Shirley Werner Kornreich dismissed the causes of action for personal injury, holding that the plaintiffs did not establish that the theory underlying their claim has been generally accepted by the scientific community.

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