Tenants living in two dozen New York City apartment buildings may continue to pursue their class action lawsuit against their landlords after a lower court ruling that dismissed their claims as lacking commonality was reversed by the New York Court of Appeals on Tuesday.

In a rare split decision, four of the seven judges on the state’s highest court agreed to revive the tenants’ claims, saying a decision to toss their lawsuit was “premature.”

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