The issues are too complex and mysterious to properly respond to without an examination of all the papers ands rulings. A civil suit is always in order forthe possible torts you claim.
It sounds like you have a good basis to move to reargue, or else appeal to the Appellate Term. You will need to vacate the judgment against you before beginning a suit against the landlord for fraud, because the landlord will try to use the favorable judgment that he got against you as a defense. Please call me at (212) 359-9576 or email email@example.com
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