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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

WENDY LITWACK v. PLAZA REALTY INVESTORS, INC.

... have her apartment environmentally tested. Testing confirmed the presence of toxic mold, and plaintiff vacated the apartment that month. Thereafter, in October 2001, plaintiff notified the landlords of the claimed mold condition. ...

Reid v. Gateway Sherman, Inc.

... This is an action to recover damages for personal injuries allegedly arising out of a toxic mold condition in the residential apartment rented by the plaintiffs. The appellant, Renaissance Equity Holdings, LLC (hereinafter Renaissance ...

Fraser v. 301-52 TOWNHOUSE CORP.

... In their 421 bill of particulars plaintiffs asserted that, as a result of the leaks, damp conditions prevailed in the apartment and promoted the generation of "toxic mold, toxic fungi, [and] other microbial life." They further claimed that the damp conditions caused them to suffer, among ...