Walls v. Giuliani

U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York

916 F.Supp. 214 (1996).

Johnson, pp. 262-264


Facts: A squatter sued Giuliani to try to enjoin the city from evicting him.  The squatter claimed that the city’s alleged acquiescence in his occupation of the building created a tenancy by sufferance.








Conclusion: The plaintiff is found to have a cause of action, but injunctive relief is denied.


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