Not Carrying Required Insurance Is Uncurable Violation

What Happened: A landlord sued to evict a spa tenant for violating its lease obligation to maintain a general liability insurance policy. The spa acknowledged the violation but asked the court to toss the lawsuit because the landlord never gave it the formal notice and opportunity to cure required to evict under the lease. The landlord claimed that it didn’t provide the notice because the default was uncurable.

Decision: The New York court agreed with the landlord and denied the tenant’s motion to dismiss.

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