David’s client, a rent-stabilized tenant, occupied an apartment regulated under a state program to create moderate-income housing. She faced eviction because, according to the landlord, her family composition did not comply with the applicable rules. David moved to dismiss the case based upon a defective notice that did not apprise the tenant of the nature of her supposed violation. In Studebaker LP v. Prendergast, Index No. L&T 63118/13 (Civ.Ct. Kings Co. Jan, 6, 2014), Judge Marcia Sikowitz agreed and dismissed the landlord’s petition.