Fran Hoef-Bouchard filed the suit in Kings County Supreme Court which claims her former landlord, Jerry Lebedowicz, who owned the Brooklyn apartment where she lived, is responsible for the damages because he allowed a man to live illegally on the commercial floor of the apartment. She contends the man started the fire that left her homeless, the suit says. She is accusing Lebedowicz of negligence, property damage and breach of warranty of habitability, according to court documents.She is seeking $50,000 in property damage, $50,000 in breach of warranty of habitability and $100,000 in negligence
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