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April 2017 Archives

New York’s unlawful eviction procedures

As a tenant with an existing lease in New York, you have certain rights. If you are up to date on your rent and not otherwise in violation of your rental agreement, your landlord may not infringe upon these rights if he or she decides to evict you from your place of residence. As long as you are within the terms of your lease, and as long as you have lived in your rented home for 30 or more days, your landlord may not use certain tactics in his or her efforts to get you to leave.

5 steps you should take to prepare for a new tenant

After you have screened and chosen a tenant, it is time to prepare your property. While there may be unique steps you have to take depending on whether your tenant receives government assistance or what condition your property is in, there are some general things you should do to make the process easier and minimize complaints. Follow these tips to fulfill your responsibilities as a landlord in New York.

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