N.Y. ADC. LAW § 27-2009: NY Code – Section 27-2009:
Any conviction of a tenant for violation of this code which: (1) Results from willful or grossly negligent conduct and causes substantial damage to the dwelling units; or (2) Results from repeated, or continued conduct which causes damage to the dwelling unit or substantially interferes with the comfort or safety of another person; or (3) Consists of an unreasonable refusal to afford access to the dwelling unit to the owner or his or her agent or employee to make repairs or improvements required by this code, shall constitute grounds for summary proceedings by the owner to recover possession of such dwelling unit from the tenant.
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