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Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. Prevails for Tenant with Zoo-like Apartment

Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C. succeeded in defending Jacqueline Bartone, who kept three dogs and five birds in her Upper West Side apartment; the landlord declared her barnyard-like home was creating a nuisance.

Adam Leitman Bailey felt he absolutely had to represent Bartone because her home wasn’t “approaching a nuisance in any regard.”

Manhattan Housing Court Judge Peter Wendt even chose to take the uncommon step of visiting the apartment himself. After visiting the apartment, Judge Wendt ruled in favor of Bartone.

Bartone was ecstatic with Adam Leitman Bailey’s victory. She was terrified of having to leave an apartment she had occupied for over four decades.

“I can now sleep soundly and not have any anxiety,” Bartone told the New York Post.

Adam Leitman Bailey, of Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C., represented Bartone in this case, saving her from eviction.

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    The New York Post By: Alex Ginsberg It’s claws for celebration. A Manhattan woman who keeps three dogs and five birds in her Upper West Side apartment won a battle yesterday against her landlords, who said her barnyard-like home was creating a nuisance. “We won,” chirped Jacqueline Bartone, 71, who has lived in the apartment for more than four decades. “I can now sleep soundly and not have any anxiety.” Manhattan Housing Court Judge Peter Wendt ruled in favor of...

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