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Out of Possession Landlord’s Agreement With HUD To Maintain Premises Does Not Subject Landlord to Personal Injury Liability Henry v. Hamilton Equities, Inc. NYLJ 10/25/19, p. 22, col. 1 Court of Appeals (5-2 decision; majority opinion by Stein, J; dissenting opinion by Rivera, J.)

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