Scott E. Mollen ()
Landlord-Tenant—Summary Holdover Proceeding Based on Chronic Late Payment of Rent Dismissed—”Number and Frequency of Nonpayment Proceedings Are Not the Sole Factors”—Courts Consider the Totality of Circumstances, Including Bona Fide Claims for Repairs or Disputes as to the Amount of Rent Owed—Proceeding Dismissed Since Four of the Five Nonpayment Proceedings Were Settled Without a Judgment and Involved Repair Issues—a Fifth Nonpayment Proceeding Was Never Calendared
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