Evictions for Rent Stabilized Apartments

On December 5, 2011, in Landlord-Tenant, by John A. Weber IV, ESQ.

Recently there have been many questions regarding evicting tenants from rent stabilized units.  There are special procedures that need to be followed in order to evict a tenant from a rent stabilized unit.   The lease and notice requirements are just a few of the issues that differ with these special types of evictions.   Courts are definitely strict about protecting the rights of these types of tenants as well.  So it is extra important to dot all of your “i’s” and cross all of your “t’s.”  There also seems to be a lack of clarity on how to destabilize a unit, or when a unit becomes destabilized.

If you are a landlord trying to evict a tenant from a rent stabilized unit or a tenant trying to defend an eviction in a rent stabilized unit, call (516) 858-2620 to speak with a Landlord Tenant attorney who can help you!

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