Flynn
v.
York

Appellate Division of the Supreme Court of New York, Second DepartmentDec 1, 1916
176 App. Div. 892 (N.Y. App. Div. 1916)

December, 1916.

Present — Thomas, Carr, Stapleton, Mills and Rich, JJ.


Judgment unanimously affirmed, with costs, upon the ground that defendant was not obliged to light the hall for the purpose for which plaintiff was appropriating it at the time of the injury, that is, for intercommunication between the rooms of her apartment, and that it was negligent for her to attempt to walk through it in the dark for the purpose of going from one room in her apartment to another room therein.