In Rodriguez v. Hudson View Associates (http://www.courts.state.ny.us/reporter/3dseries/2009/2009_05530.htm), the plaintiff slipped on water that had been tracked into the lobby of the building where she worked. She claimed that the owner had failed to place any mats on the floor to address this condition. The owner moved for summary judgment, claiming no notice of the condition. The motion was denied because the owner failed to offer evidence as to when the floor was last inspected or examined before the plaintiff’s accident.
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