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landlord-tenant law Archives

It's certainly timely to talk heat/hot water for NYC apartments

New York City can get staggeringly cold during late autumn and winter months in any given year, making apartment dwellers painfully aware -- in the most literal sense -- when their heat and hot water isn't being supplied in the manner it should be.

Residential property conversion: changed use common, complex

If you are a New York City resident with single ownership of a unit in an apartment building, might you have legitimate concerns in the event that your dwelling and those of your surrounding neighbors are converted to a condominium or co-op?

New York State AG proposal targets bad landlords

According to New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, the bar that tenants in rent-regulated units must clear to gain legal relief against the worst New York City landlords is inordinately high.

Protecting and ensuring NYC tenants' housing rights

If you are a New York City apartment tenant, condo unit owner or co-op shareholder of substantial tenure, you flat-out know that housing rules, regulations and processes relevant to municipal dwellers can be dauntingly complex.

Ignorance or just bad faith? Unlawful housing denials in NYC

Haven't they been reading the conspicuous language relevant to government assistance and its inclusion as an income source rendering prospective renters eligible for leases across New York City?