Airbnb Scores Victory in NYC: Judge Rules That Host’s Actions Were Actually Not Illegal

October 1, 2013 by  
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A ruling made by an NYC judge fining an Airbnb host $2,400 for renting out his room caused quite a stir in May, but now another judge has overturned the decision . The victory is a boon to New York’s sharing economy but the circumstances of the appeal were quite specific . Find out more about the distinction that the judge made between a legal rental and an illegal one here . READ MORE > Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Airbnb , airbnb illegal in nyc , cheap nyc hotels , Christine Quinn , collaborative consumption , emily giske , fines , hotels , illegal airbnb , is airbnb legal , lawsuit , lodging , NYC , nyc airbnb , nyc apartments , nyc hotels , nyc rentals , sharing economy , short-term rentals        

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Airbnb Scores Victory in NYC: Judge Rules That Host’s Actions Were Actually Not Illegal

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