By Emma Whitford (February 24, 2022, 8:20 PM EST) — A motion in a closely watched New York eviction case went unresolved on Thursday, extending a difficult status quo for a family and landlord locked in a dispute stormy over the right property of a brownstone in the Crown Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn.

Housing Court Judge Jack Stoller said he would decide quickly whether landlord Menachem Gurevitch followed proper protocol before carrying out an eviction at 964 Park Place on February 8. And if Sherease Torain, who has since moved back into the house, can stay there. with his mother while the family pursues allegations of deed fraud.

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