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WOODS v. NADEL

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK


May 31, 1950

WOODS, Housing Expediter,
v.
NADEL et al.

The opinion of the court was delivered by: BYERS

The Court is satisfied that the brokerage paid by the sub-lessee did not inure to the benefit of the defendants in this case, and therefore that the rent paid by the sublessee was not enhanced so as to violate the statute; the sub-lessee agreed to pay the brokerage, with knowledge that the tenant in possession, who desired to dispose of her lease, was unwilling to pay a commission to the real estate broker who handled the transaction for her, and this fact was known to the sub-lessee when he entered into negotiations with the tenant of the apartment through the broker who advertised the premises for rental.

Judgment for defendants.

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