In New York, disputes between tenants and landlords are resolved in Civil Court (known as Housing Court in NYC). Here, a landlord can bring two different types of cases against a tenant: either a nonpayment case or a holdover case.→ Read More
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I’m a New York landlord with a difficult tenant. I’ve given the tenant the proper New York termination notice, but he still won’t leave. What next? What is the New York eviction process?
If you have served the tenant with a demand or termination notice in the way prescribed by law and they have failed to comply, you may now bring a lawsuit in Civil Court.→ Read More
I’m a New York tenant and I don’t want to move out of my home. How can I avoid eviction? What are my New York tenant eviction rights?
If you receive a demand for overdue rent or a termination notice, it may be to your benefit to resolve matters before your landlord brings a lawsuit.→ Read More
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