A Staten Island, N.Y., corporation that claims its neighbors’ waste water caused its property to be designated as a restricted “wetlands” will have its day in court.

In Pland Place Realty Corp. v. Hauber, 11917/02, New York Supreme Court Justice Joseph J. Maltese of Richmond County denied the motion for summary judgment filed by the four defendant homeowners, holding that plaintiff Pland Place Realty has raised a triable issue as to whether waste from the defendants’ washing machines, dishwashers and leaking septic tanks resulted in the Department of Environmental Conservation’s “wetlands” designation.

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