Matter Vit-Al Building Corp. v. Charles Eccleston Et Al. - Supreme Court of New York

Matter Vit-Al Building Corp. v. Charles Eccleston Et Al.

By Supreme Court of New York

  • Release Date - Published: 1958-12-08
  • Book Genre: Law
  • Author: Supreme Court of New York
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Proceeding pursuant to article 78 of the Civil Practice Act to review a determination of the Board of Zoning Appeals of the
Incorporated Village of Massapequa Park which denied an appeal from the refusal of the Chief Building Inspector of the village
to issue a building permit. The Board of Zoning Appeals and the Chief Building Inspector appeal from an order granting the
petition. Respondent is a contract vendee of real property in the village, which property has a street frontage of 40 feet,
a depth of 100 feet and a total lot area of 4,000 square feet. The village zoning ordinance provides that in the district
in which the property is situated the minimum area for each building and accessory buildings shall be 6,000 square feet and
that the minimum average width of the lot for each such building and accessory buildings shall be 60 feet, but provides also
as an exception that on any lot having an average width of not less than 40 feet in separate ownership at the time of the
passage of the ordinance, any use permitted in the district in which the lot is located shall be permitted even though it
does not conform to the lot area and the lot width required. Concededly the lot which respondent has contracted to purchase
falls squarely within the provisions of the exception. Order unanimously affirmed, with costs. We are in accord with the determination
at Special Term that respondent was entitled to the relief which it sought as a matter of right. If the provisions of the
ordinance are unsatisfactory to appellants the remedy is by amendment by action of the Town Board. The Village Board of Zoning
Appeals may not effect such amendment by the imposition of conditions, not authorized by the ordinance, on the issuance of
building permits. Present - Nolan, P.J., Wenzel, Beldock, Murphy and Kleinfeld, JJ.

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