Quow v. Wallach-Leemar

Filing 4

MEMORANDUM DECISION AND ORDER: The Section 1983 claim for violations of due process are dismissed, and the plaintiffs state law landlord-tenant claims are dismissed without prejudice as to their assertion in state court. However, the plaintiff is granted leave to amend her complaint within 30 days of this order, in order to allege a violation of the Fair Housing Act. Ordered by Judge Ann M. Donnelly on 8/2/2016. (Greene, Donna)

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filed • DISTRICT COURT E.D.N.Y. US CLERK'S OFRCE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK * AUG 0 2 2016 ^ X Brooklyn office YVETTE QUOW, Plaintiff, - against MEMORANDUM DECISION AND ORDER STEVEN WALLACH, Leemar Management Corp/Barmat Realty LLC, 16 Civ. 3947(AMD) Defendant. X ANN DONNELLY,District Judge. The pro se plaintiff filed this lawsuit against her landlord, Steven Wallach, on July 12, 2016. The plaintiffs request to proceed informa pauperis is granted for the limited purpose of this order. For the reasons set out below,the case is dismissed. The plaintiff may amend her complaint within thirty days ofthis order, as described below. BACKGROUND The complaint was prepared on a sample form and includes the following statement of jurisdiction: "Fraud, sexual harassment, serving legal notices without index numbers." The plaintiff alleges that she was denied due process "based on not having proper Legal Representation, Race being a Black Woman, misplaced or lost files, poor record keeping, providing copy after copy, cases with this Steven Wallach always going to the same Civil Court Judge." She claims:"the landlord demonstrated violations of Woman Civil Rights because of her Race, Disability, and holding NYC Payments to force tenants out." She further asserts that the defendant used racial epithets to describe Black tenants. 1 s/Ann M. Donnelly

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