The plaintiff, an LLC, had moved to enjoin an occupant of the plaintiff’s apartment, which was located in a cooperative building, from entering or utilizing common areas of the building without wearing a face covering or mask (mask).

The plaintiff and the defendant had entered into a written lease that required the defendant to comply with “‘all laws, orders, rules, requests, and directions, of all governmental authorities’ and that the ‘comfort or rights of other tenants must not be interfered with.’” The lease further provided that the defendant understood that she was renting an apartment in a co-op building and the lease was subject to the co-op’s Offering Plan and Amendments, Proprietary Lease, House Rules, and any other governing co-op documents.